Special Report

25 Most Popular Stores in America

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5. Starbucks
> % of shoppers visiting in April: 33.0%
> % of cafe, coffee houses & tea house visitors in April: 86.1%
> # of U.S. stores: 13,930
> Annual revenue: $22.4 billion

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4. Walgreens
> % of shoppers visiting in April: 33.1%
> % of pharmacy shoppers in April: 56.5%
> # of U.S. stores: 7,979
> Annual revenue: $118.2 billion (parent company)

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3. Subway
> % of shoppers visiting in April: 37.1%
> % of restaurant visitors in April: 39.4%
> # of U.S. stores: 25,393
> Annual revenue: N/A

2. Walmart
> % of shoppers visiting in April: 51.4%
> % of department store shoppers in April: 70.4%
> # of U.S. stores: 4,761
> Annual revenue: $500.3 billion

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1. McDonald’s
> % of shoppers visiting in April: 52.8%
> % of restaurant visitors in April: 56.1%
> # of U.S. stores: 14,036
> Annual revenue: $22.8 billion

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