Google recently hired 40 advisers to help teach the developers who purchased the Explorer version of Glass, how to use the device they paid $1,500 a pop for. Those purchases were made during last year's Google I/O developer conference. Another 8,000 Google Glass wearers who won the specs in the #IfIHadGlass contest, will also potentially need help to figure out how to use them properly.
Developers who bought Google Glass go through a process similar to what a Google Glass store would provide
Until the word comes from Mountain View, we must recommend that you reach into the ol' spice rack for a bit of Morton's salt. There is still a chance that this will be part of a larger Google retail operation that will include Nexus branded phones and tablets. On the other hand, considering that each Google Glass sale will require a lot of attention from store employees, perhaps having a store that sells only Google Glass is a good idea after all.