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Stores in the Mall Quiz

Fill the blanks in these American store names.
These stores all appear in actual American malls - I checked
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Last updated: November 23, 2012
First submittedNovember 23, 2012
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Store
Bed, Bath and Beyond
Pottery Barn
California Pizza Kitchen
Barnes & Noble
Foot Locker
Old Navy
Yankee Candle
Williams Sonoma
Store
Bath & Body Works
Abercrombie & Fitch
Banana Republic
Tommy Bahama's
United Colors of Benetton
Victoria's Secret
Crate & Barrel
American Eagle
Store
Panda Express
Cinnabon
Auntie Anne's Pretzels
L'Occitane en Provence
GameStop
Gymboree
J. Crew
Radio Shack
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level ∞
Nov 9, 2012
Updated and expanded!
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level 32
Nov 23, 2012
J. Jill?
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level 71
Nov 24, 2012
Great point but the "j" in j. jill is not capitalized. I was there today getting something for my wife and happened to notice. My first thought was JCrew, not j. jill
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level 29
Nov 23, 2012
I think you went to the mall by my house--it actually has all these stores :3
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level 22
Dec 10, 2012
Central Oregon inhabitant for most of my life... so this quiz was actually pretty tough lol
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level 35
Dec 1, 2013
J.C. Penny's? Macy's? Nordstroms? Target?
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level 38
Dec 7, 2013
This isn't advertised as a comprehensive quiz...
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level 72
Mar 18, 2014
Macy's and Target would be kinda strange given this format... "M__y's"?
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level 60
Apr 8, 2014
You have Target in your mall?
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level 58
Nov 28, 2014
Those are primarily department stores and they vary from mall to mall. Depending on the size of the mall, of course, you generally have on average 2 of these stores per mall, whereas the other stores generally exist in most malls.
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level 77
Nov 29, 2014
Those are all department stores that are sometimes attached to malls and called anchors. There might be one or two at either end of a strip mall/shopping center, or between 1-4 or more around the perimeter of a larger indoor shopping mall proper. Along with your Wal*Marts, K-Marts, Kohl's, Lord & Taylors, Sears, etc. But you might consider them stores adjacent to the mall rather than stores *in* the mall...
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level 34
Jan 13, 2014
I missed 3 because we don't have those stores. :(
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level 64
Apr 25, 2019
We dont have any of them haha
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level 71
May 14, 2014
Got 15, and I didn't know any of the 9 I missed, so I consider I did well within my knowledge's parameters :).
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level 60
Nov 28, 2014
How does 6% miss Bed Bath and Beyond when it is right in the picture?
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level 66
Dec 1, 2014
LOL ! so do I...
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level 80
Nov 28, 2014
I saw J. _______ and all I could think was the J. Peterman catalog from Seinfeld!
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level 65
Nov 28, 2014
Do RadioShacks still exist in the USA?
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level 55
Nov 28, 2014
Yup! I don't think they're as popular as they once were, but they do exist in quite a few malls.
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level 77
Nov 29, 2014
It's hard to imagine why, but yes.
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level 81
Sep 14, 2016
No. Went bankrupt.
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level 57
Nov 28, 2014
17/24...not too bad for a non-American who has only visited the States once, 11 years ago!
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level 54
Nov 29, 2014
Ahhh.... globalization...
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level 36
Dec 1, 2014
More people got Victoria's Secret than got the one with the answer right in the picture ... really?
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level 64
Apr 25, 2019
I think it is the only one known globally since it is so often referred to movies and tv shows, and through media aswell.

the only other that might have international recognition (but maybe it is just me) without actually being in their country is footlockers. I guess also through movies? No idea where i picked that up. More subliminal than victorias secret anyway, not as the subject but maybe in a movie, hey lets go to....

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level 56
Feb 12, 2015
Well not Radio Shack anymore.
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level 43
Jan 22, 2016
Lol for "J.___" first thing I thought was J.Cole
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level 62
Apr 6, 2016
You are aware that the picture literally gives away the first answer........right?
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level 64
Aug 3, 2016
Yes, yes he is
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level 64
Apr 25, 2019
Are you aware that is the case with nearly every quiz in this site? Though I never look at them. For the most part because im usually on the phone or tablet (where you dont see a picture) but i guess im so used to not have a picture that i dont see them on my laptop? Or it is not in sight but would have to scroll up to see it? I ll pay attention next time

btw i often use random or one of the suggestion at the bottom.

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level 48
Jul 19, 2016
10 points for a non-American!
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level 43
May 28, 2017
The picture gives away the first answer!
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level 81
May 6, 2018
I think its probably time to take Radio Shack off the list. I think they are only a web site now, and they're barely that.
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level 53
Jul 25, 2018
I've never seen half of these stores in the local mall.
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level 72
Sep 9, 2018
Don't worry, I've only seen two, ever, anywhere. Still got 9. Thanks TV(?)
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level 24
Aug 13, 2018
L'Occitane en Provence is not American, like the quiz's description says, it's based in France and was founded by French businessman Olivier Baussan.
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level 64
Apr 25, 2019
Who cares who founded them and what their nationalities were, if they are in malls in america they are in malls in america..
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level 64
Apr 25, 2019
I find it fascinating how the mind works. Somehow i answered correctly for barnes and nobles. If you would ask me if i know it i would have said no. It is too specefic to be a guess (i did guess american eagle) so it must have entered my mind somehow...
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level 28
Jul 17, 2019
A lot of these I’ve never heard of xD