Retail Report Card

October 2005
SGB;Oct2005, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p18
Trade Publication
Presents data on consumers' retail experiences and their opinions of the stores they have visited, based on the 2005 "Brand Awareness/Retailer Assessment Study," conducted by the periodical Sporting Goods Business in the U.S. Status of REI in the favorable perceptions of service category; Rank of Sportmart in the favorable perceptions of price category; Reasons of consumers for shopping at The Athlete's Foot stores.


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