If you see plenty of women across South Florida in red Friday, and notice Downtown Miami’s Freedom Tower is crimson, it’s not a preview of Valentine’s Day. Instead, it’s showing support for the American Heart Association’s National Go Red Campaign.
Retailers are hoping for another Black Friday like bump as thousands of bargain hunters hit the mall to use their holiday gift cards, search for heavily discounted deals and return unwanted gifts.
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The official start of the holidays will get underway Saturday when the 15th annual Miracle on 136th Street Parade marches in to The Falls shopping center on November 19at 4:00 p.m.
Despite the still struggling economy, retailers are expecting a boon in business during the holiday shopping season and have started announcing major hiring plans.
The holiday shopping season is still months away, but Macy’s Inc is already starting to put together holiday hiring plans that will make workers very happy.
A top honor was bestowed upon a Broward County teacher Thursday night in Orlando.
In an effort to capitalize on the new-found popularity of chef inspired food trucks, this week Macy’s kicks off its “Chefs A-Go-Go” tour from Miami to benefit a good cause.
It’s not quite to the scale of “Dewey Defeats Truman,” but Macy’s has quite a bit of egg on their face Monday after taking out a full page ad in the Miami Herald congratulating the Heat on their victory. That’s right, the victory that actually went to the Dallas Mavericks.
He thought he was going to a school pep rally, but Friday afternoon Miramar High School band director Alvin Davis received a stunning surprise; Davis was named one of five finalists in the 2012 Macy’s/Florida Department of Education Teacher of the Year award.