Seattle-Tacoma retail marketplace is coming of age

Prinzing, Debra
July 1990
Advertising Age;7/9/1990, Vol. 61 Issue 28, pM-4
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the growing retail marketplace of Seattle-Tacoma metropolitan area in Washington. This is due to the expansion of local merchants. There is also an emergence of two new retail developments connected to mixed-use projects, the Westlake Center and City Center. The national rank of Seattle-Tacoma area in terms of retail sales was also discussed.


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