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Dollar General expands into North Dakota


Dollar General is moving into North Dakota, announcing that it has begun construction on five new stores in the state. This gives the discount retailer a footprint in 44 states after having established operations in Maine, Oregon, and Rhode Island in 2015.

The initial North Dakota locations will be in Ellendale, Gwinner, Hankinson, Hillsboro, and Oakes. They’re being built in the chain’s standard 9,100-sq.-ft. format.

“Meeting our customers’ needs is our top priority when choosing store locations and we look forward to being a long-standing business partner in the state,” said CEO Todd Vasos.

Dollar General’s U.S. store count is in excess of 13,000.

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