Menards strikes balance between small town, big box

01/29/2012 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Wisconsin-based home-improvement retailer Menards has been investing to build super-sized stores at a time when other retailers are looking at downsizing their brick-and-mortar spaces. Analysts say the chain is taking market share from Home Depot and Lowe's in the markets where it operates, using a successful combination of giant stores and small-town, family-owned ambiance.

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