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Battlefield Mall Review

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Photo by Irelynn Stover
Look at how big the Old Navy store is in, Battlefield Mall.

 

 The Battlefield Mall itself is nice and clean, with a bunch of different stores to choose from, and every large mall is full of the typical stores that you would have expected to see. They’ve got a lot of pathways, which makes it easy to get around. It’s pretty fragmented from one aisle to another, but you can look through all the stores and get what you want.  It’s like any other shopping center in the U.S., it’s filled with large retailers such as Dillard and Macy’s. There are other retailers as well, including Foot Locker, Express, American Eagle, and Hollister.

Battlefield Mall’s food court could have been better compared to other mall’s food courts.  We ate at Chick-fil-A and I had chicken nuggets and they were soggy and I had mac-n-cheese and it was watery and their drinks were water down. There were also a bunch of different food choices. But there were a lot of different places in the mall, and there were comfortable seats all over the mall because it was so large. All the stores were open and they were really big and spacious. All the workers were wonderful and very helpful, showing people where they had to find things or assisting them in their searches. 

The pricing was pretty normal but in some of the stores that you went to the prices were really expensive. Some of the stores we went to were Sephora. They helped me out a lot since my mom wasn’t with me. They helped me pick the right foundation color and concealer color. It was good quality makeup but it wasn’t cheap but it was also not expensive. Another store we went to was the Lolli and Pops. It was good candy but some of the candy was hard. But also the candy that wasn’t hard was really good. The candy that was in the store was the usual candy you would find in a normal candy store. One more store we went into was Lululemon. The store was really big but the line was really big and long. They also only had 2 people working the register, 6 people working the fitting room, and 3 people working in the lobby asking if we needed help finding anything. The employees were really nice but their pricing was the normal price that you would think Lululemon would sell their products for.

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Irelynn Stover, reporter
Irelynn Stover is a sophomore at Mehlville and enjoys sports. Irelynn plays soccer, volleyball, ad basketball.

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