Large retail organizations characterized by wide product mixes and employing at least 25 people. Related product lines are organized into separate departments such as cosmetics, toys, home furnishings, appliances, and apparel. They are service oriented. Total product tends to include credit, delivery, personal assistance, merchandise returns, and a pleasant atmosphere. Department stores are considered retailing leaders in a community and are found in places with over 50,000 people. Examples of such stores are Macys, JC Penney, Sears, Marshall Field's, and Neiman Marcus. Stores that combine supermarket and discount shopping in one location. Larger than superstores, hypermarkets vary in size from 225,000 to 325,000 square feet. They usually offer 45,000-60,000 different types of low-priced products. They commonly allocate 40-50% of their space to grocery products and the remainder goes to general merchandise, including, athletic shoes, designer jeans, appliances, cameras, toys, hardware, jewelry, and automotive supplies.