Thanksgiving Weekend Retail Sales Strong

January 2008
Music Trades;Jan2008, Vol. 155 Issue 12, p28
The article reports that retail sales in the U.S. during the Thanksgiving weekend in 2007 increased over the same period in 2006. According to ShopperTrak RCT Corp., sales increased nationally by 7.2% over the same period in 2006. Despite worries over gas prices and the housing market, shopping results defied predictions that many shoppers would stay home.


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