Kuhn's-Big K

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Kuhn's-Big K, usually advertised as "Big K," was a large discount store chain in the Southeastern United States that merged with Wal-Mart in 1981[1] (locations in Charleston, SC and Myrtle Beach, SC were known as "Big-K Edwards" after Big K purchased the locally owned Edwards chain). It once comprised 119 stores. The company maintained headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee.


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