Little change in Top 20 kids retailers

French, Dana
July 2005
Home Textiles Today;7/11/2005 Kids Today Supplement, p6
Trade Publication
Identifies the top 20 kids retailers in the U.S. Sales performance of the top 20 kids home furnishings retailers; Highest sales gain of Pottery Barn for three consecutive years; Prominence of discount department stores and off-price retailers in the kids market.


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