I've been curious as to the distribution of store locations, and how that might bode for future growth, and how poor economic conditions in an area might affect AACE. This list is complied from the "Find a Store" locator on the ACE Cash express website. toward the end of my count, I noticed duplication of some adresses, so this should not be viewed as a precise count. Here goes Alabama 4; Arkansas 10; Arizona 84; California 39; Colorado 57; Conneticut 2; Washington DC 17; Delaware 1; Florida 104; Georgia 61; idaho 1; Indiana 30; Kansas 5; Kentucky 4; Louisiana 40; Maryland 45; Maine 1; Michigan 1; Minnesota 2; Mississippi 1; Missouri 12; North Carolina 26; New Jersey 1; New Mexico 10; Nevada 13; Ohio 35; Oklahoma 22; Oregon 12; Pennsylvania 9; South Carolina 25; Tennessee 27; Texas 391 (Houston 95, Dallas 50, not including suburbs); Wyoming 1; Washington 15; Virginia 25; Utah 5. Total 1138 stores Texas represents about 34.5% of stores; room for expansion exists in states which already have ACE stores, Especially California, Georgia, Florida and others. New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and the entire North East looks like an expansion opportunity. Stores do appear to be concentrated in the larger urban areasAny thoughts?Danbobtx
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