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Photo of Walmart site, Wayside Dr. at Gulf Fwy.: Candace Garcia via Swamplot Flickr Pool
Sure Maggie Ritas, blame the cost of rent for your closure. But by no means should you blame your food, which was just like your namesake – subpar and despised by most.
Where is the Galveston bus going? The article isn’t clear.
Given that they knew their rent cost when they moved in, that’s like blaming having to pay your employees for your closure.
It just means your business plan failed.