Selasa, 03 Maret 2009

Market is the center of community life. It is the place where social and mainly economic activities of the community turn. Now there are old and modern markets. The old is called traditional market which is easy to be found in villages, towns, and big cities, and the modern one is called supermarket, shopping center or shopping mall.
A supermarket is well organized and is beautified with landscape gardening, facilitated with large parking lot and spacious clean air-conditioned room. It is so pleasant that attracts crown of people. The goods are arranged and displayed so attractively that shoppers feel relaxed to find and select the goods they needs. Shopping in supermarket is self-service. A customers may take the fixed-price good freely. Many kinds of people’s needs are on sale in separate departments such as shoes, shirts, watches, jewels, rice vegetables, fruits, flowers, TV sets, electricity, books, medicines, etc. selecting the goods the shoppers enjoy soft music. Escalators are installed to let them easy to reach other higher floors. When thirsty or hungry, they may have drink, snack or lunch at KFC, Pizza Huts, or at other fine restaurant. Shopping is not a must. A visitor may walk around the spacious room, mingling with the crowds, passing one hour or two without spending a cent. He may read books or magazines available just for killing time. For someone, visiting supermarket may be one of his hobbies as he can meet people from all walks of life such as employees, students, executives, housewives, and so on. It seems, for him, that supermarket is a place that is fun to be in. Now, there are dozens of supermarkets and mini markets are built in cities, it easy to find Matahari, Ramayana, Hero Supermarket, Carrefour, Alfamart, Indomaret, etc. in town or cities. However, traditional markets are still needed especially by villagers and low-income people.

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