Aisle 3


Aisle 3

Aisle 3 was a former discount clothing retailer in the United States. The chain was famous for only being open three days a week (Friday, Saturday, and Sunday), while the rest of the week was spent stocking the store with clothes.

The chain went out of business in the late 1990s. During the liquidation, the stores were open 7 days a week.


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