Think cigarette sales keep local corner shops open? Retailers say tiny tobacco profits are a burden

Think cigarette sales keep local corner shops open? Retailers say tiny tobacco profits are a burden
 

Tobacco sales are not vital to keeping small corner shops afloat, and might actually be harming their profit margins, researchers claim.
A report being presented to parliament today says small shop owners make only small profits from tobacco sales, and many feel they have too much cash tied up in the expensive products.
Newcastle shopkeeper John McClurey joined anti-smoking campaigners in Parliament at today’s launch.
John said he hoped to demolish the myth that cigarette sales are vital to keeping small local businesses afloat.
He said: “I have little choice other than to sell tobacco as... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 31
Source: Sunday Sun
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