Shoppers ready to deal; are you?

November 2008
Furniture/Today;11/24/2008, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p2
Trade Publication
The article comments on the status of retailers in the U.S. Majority of retailers reported that when consumers visit their stores, they are coming to buy. Some retailers reported closing an incredibly high number of sales. Many consumers are spending more time online investigating products and stores and when they come to the store, they have already made their buying decisions.


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