“The customers we serve are hard-working American families, the majority of which are low to middle income. They shop our stores because of our low prices and their trust in the value of the products we provide to them. Adding a 10 or 25 percent tariff on the Products would have a substantial impact on retail prices. Duty costs are an element of the cost of goods sold and are thus included in the calculation of the final retail price. As a result, if other factors are held constant, the price of the final Product will increase based on the imposition of an import duty. Our Products typically garner a low-margin, so the 10 or 25 percent tariff would likely be passed on to consumers.”