When it comes to acquiring your drug needs, what’s the most important
factor? Location, location, location! Where you go to get drugs, whether
legal or not, are usually in the same location: the corner. A question might
now be arising in your head: “What does this have to do with anything”?
The people most known for setting up shop on street corners are the common
drug dealer; however, their respected counterparts (pharmacist) also make
shop in the same location.
the biggest worldwide pharmacies to the ones specific to a certain neighborhood,
most of their pharmacies are found on street corners. Why do they choose
to administer their business on the corners? It is simply because setting
up a store on the corner is a great career move . A customer needs to be
able to see the business they seek, so that is why most people strive for
corner locations. In comparison, although the way they conduct practice
is somewhat questionable, drug dealers are as much business men and women
as pharmacist l. So just like any other sensible business person, they want
their clients to have the best view of their business as possible. Setting
up shop on the corners makes them visible from all angles. At a corner the
client has a great peripheral view of the provider and what’s around
them. So if they chose to make an approach they’ll know what’s
around their supplier and their supplier will know the same.
the corner is their main place of operations, both drug dealers and pharmacist
have alternative spots. Drug dealer tend to operate in Alleyways. . The
alleyway is where more of their secretive or actual transactions take place.
These alleyways can be anywhere and give their clients a more convenient
way to get their product. Most people fear actually making the transaction
in public, so the alleyways provide them with more comfort. Consequently,
these alleyways are usually associated with crime. In fact, drug dealing
goes hand and hand with other crimes such as robbery, burglary, and arson
which are also frequently committed in alleyways. Pharmacies choose to set
up their sublimate shops in supermarkets. This, just as drug dealers, is
also to make getting their product more convenient to their customers. Placing
pharmacies in supermarkets make acquiring those drugs as easy as buying
groceries. Opening pharmacies in supermarkets have become very popular.
Supermarket pharmacies have had the fastest rising retail pharmaceutical
growth. They bring in a large amount of a supermarket revenue.
There are many misconceptions about where drugs are sold. Many people believe
that drugs are mostly sold in inferior urban neighborhoods. However, in
nations all over the world, certain drugs like heroin are becoming more
popular in wealthier neighborhoods. This may not seem plausible because
the wealthy tend to distribute secretly. The poor are more desperate, so
they sell drugs any where (in and out of sight) just to make a profit. The
wealthy stay out of sight of police.
to a study conducted, more suburban teenagers in the 12th grade have engaged
in or experimented with more drugs then those in an urban setting. It is
also documented that neighborhoods associated with drug dealers are dirty
or neglected neighborhoods. They believe all of the streets are full of
trash and debris. But that of course this not completely true. The suburb
is become quite an active place for drug distribution. Many people view
the suburbs as a safe haven from the dangers of the inner city, such as
drugs, violence, and burglary. However, as stated before, illegal drugs
are becoming more popular in wealthy neighborhoods. In fact, all of the
crimes that plague the inner city are reaching out to the suburbs. This
of course is only how the inner city is displayed on television in such
shows like “The Corner.” Teens in the suburbs do as much illegal
drugs as those in the inner city. It is the demand for illegal drugs bring
dealers to the suburbs and it is the many customers that keep them there.
Many people would be surprised at the number of kids from the suburbs that
engage in illegal activities with drugs.
pharmacist, drug dealer’s alternative locations are being shut down.
The alleyways are being targeted all over the nation. Many people are putting
forth an effort to stop alleyway trafficking. Residents see the drug dealers
as people controlling their streets and corrupting their people. Selling
drugs in public places such as parks and alleyways, also known as open-air
marketing, like that is known to bring a strong and lively neighborhood
into a decrepit low level one. The residents of the neighborhood believe
having these people on their streets decrease their property value . And
many are simply deciding to fight back. There have been court cases about
closing down alleyways all over the nation. They are also looking to the
law and reaching out to the police to get dealers arrested. Consequently,
with all this attention paid to the drug dealers, people are neglecting
to notice supermarket pharmacies moving in everywhere, controlling the people
and running their streets. These pharmacies have made such an impact that
supermarket pharmacist are accumulating huge statistics all over the world.
They are also popping up everywhere. In 2002, the number of supermarket
pharmacies increased to about three percent to 9, 537. The sizes of theses
businesses also affect the output of drugs. Larger store, at about 500 square
feet, can have a magnificent output of 700 prescriptions daily, while smaller
ones only put out 120.