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Can BJ's Boost Business?

By Stephen D. Simpson
March 1, 2005

Sometimes you can love a company's services or products and still have no interest whatsoever in the stock. Such is the case for me with BJ's Wholesale Club (NYSE: BJ).

In contrast to Fool colleague Rich Smith's experiences, I happen to love my local BJ's (his is in Virginia, mine in North Carolina). The employees are friendly and helpful, the store layout makes sense, and I'm usually able to find what I want. Although I must acknowledge that BJ's produce department is a horror show of semi-rotten garbage, I've liked everything else about the store...
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