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Waterloo Costco
I drove in around 2:00 pm, no problem at all. Parked a fair distance away. Left out of the far west lane, back on to the second traffic circle. It was busy inside.
(11-08-2016, 06:14 PM)jamincan Wrote: Apparently they have sales associated with the opening, so they are likely drawing people from all over the region.

Which is somewhat funny, as the exact same sales were available when I stopped in at the near-empty Guelph Costco on Tuesday night.
To add insult to injury, the rotisserie chicken counter had their hot shelves completely full and they were about to pull out another round of birds as I walked by...
An almost-empty Costco???
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