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https://shopgirlanonymous.com - It was the epidemic I wrote about in my first blog; the retail armageddon that very few else seemed to see coming. Recently as I’ve been reporting on all the mass store closings of 2017, from brands we as a country took for granted as pillars of our society I’ve been receiving feedback on some … Continue reading Retail Armageddon: 4 Reasons Amazon is Not to Blame
https://shopgirlanonymous.com - 1. Choose Your Attitude and Keep Up Optimism. You are in control of how much a difficult customer can negatively affect you. Do you allow them to have the power over you, or perhaps instead do you let their words slick off of you into a puddle beneath your feet? You are also in … Continue reading 12 Ways to Surround Yourself with Happy Customers
https://shopgirlanonymous.com - While walking along the Opry Mills Mall this weekend I stopped a moment to snap a quick pic of one of the many stealthily closing The Limited locations. I had heard rumors and cries of bankruptcy over the past month and now here I stood witnessing those urgent red posters screaming with despair hanging like a … Continue reading UPDATE! Is There Hope after Bankruptcy for Retailers today?
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https://shopgirlanonymous.com - We don’t sell products. We sell experiences The Limited was started in 1963, when Leslie “Les” Wexner took the knowledge he had gained from growing up in his parents retail shop, and decided with a $5,000 dollar loan from family to create his own women’s specialty shop. The difference from his shop to his parents was … Continue reading The Limited Mission Statement
http://www.hotbeautyhealth.com - August is the beginning of back to school shopping, the second biggest retail season. It’s also the best time to get the most bang for your buck. Mush-have items include stationary supplies, folders, backpacks, dorm essentials (for college students), as well as clothes and accessories. However, there’s no need to allow your shopping spree to plunder [...]