NEW YORK — While H&M has helped to revolutionize the specialty store approach to fashion with its cheap-chic merchandise scheme, it wasn’t the first to try this tactic.

In 1987, Robert Glick bought the 26-store Midwestern regional closeout chain, Bobby G, and converted it into what is now known as Dots. Two months ago, he reached a milestone: the privately held Solon, Ohio-based retailer, opened its 300th store in the Franklin Square plaza in Bloomfield, N.J., along with a new look and trend-driven concept.

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