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What did he mean, the "clutter of the competition"?

A cyclist crosses Division Street at Main Avenue in Spokane Wednesday. Some say that pedestrian and bicycle traffic going to and from the University District is not safe because they have to cross the busy Division traffic.  (Jesse Tinsley)
A cyclist crosses Division Street at Main Avenue in Spokane Wednesday. Some say that pedestrian and bicycle traffic going to and from the University District is not safe because they have to cross the busy Division traffic. (Jesse Tinsley)

Sometimes we just move along with the material given to us and don't stop to think what's been said.

Point in case, the earlier post we had about MacKenzie River Pizza coming to Spokane next year, near the big new WinCo.

The COO of Glacier Restaurant Group said one reason for that site is the nice avaiability of north Spokane's residential population. And it also helps by letting "us reap the visibility benefits while avoiding the clutter of the competition.”

We will follow up and try to nail down what the "clutter" referred to really is.

See the previous Office Hours post below for the full story.




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Tom Sowa
Tom Sowa covers technology, retail and economic development and writes the Office Hours blog.





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