Stop & Shop is making record sales during the coronavirus crisis
Some businesses might be closed during this coronavirus crisis but Supermarket Stop & Shop is making record sales from people buying ans stocking their houses with food products just in case they have to be quarantined for a few weeks.
I spoke to a Stop & Shop employee and he told me that on a regular week Stop & Shop, his store, makes how about $600,000 in revenue but lately, his store has been making over $1,000,000 a week in revenue for the last three weeks since the coronavirus crisis started.
You've been wondering who is making money in bad times. Well in this bad time the supermarkets are making a killing.
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