Grand opening showed a line that stretched from Cheesecake Factory to Red Robin, with a mixture of girls and old ladies. The girls clustered and giggled as they watched the old ladies laugh at the girls. Apparently they had worn that stuff in 1969, and they looked better in them, way hot. I know I did: hot!
The doors opened and the females moved in quickly and then they screeched to a stop.
Where had the store gone? Where were the skater shorts? Crystal Doll? City Studio? Swimsuits that exist in the strands of fabric only? Jewelry was obscene and expensive.
Forever 91? The open door provided shopping carts and scooters ready for use, to be used by the 91 group. Old ladies races to the carts, shrieking and laughing. The lady walkers were the best, quicker.
WELL, the carnage did not go well. Old lady clothes someway appealed to the skinny giggles 16 year old girls. Why, it is not known.
So there you have it. The Old may be old, but oh my, do not get in their way. The youngsters lost interest, decided to go to local arcades.
I told my gr-daughter (8 yr. old) about turning store to a Forever 91 really upset her. We went to Starbucks, all was well with the world.