Retailers Must Convert Browsers to Buyers for Holiday Season

September 2011
Commercial Lease Law Insider;Sep2011 Special Issue, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p6
The article focuses on findings of a ShopperTrak RCT Corp. report which predicts that there will be a 3.8% increase in national retail sales in the U.S.


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