National Retail Federation
If you have children, or know someone who does, or just listened to one recently, the choice of Associated Press Entertainer of the Year won’t come as much of a shock: It’s “Frozen,” and in 2014, we just couldn’t let it go.
Crowds of shoppers lined up at Sawgrass Mills Mall on Thanksgiving evening, digging for deals and hoping to scoop up sales items as the holiday shopping season officially kicked off.
The clock hasn’t stopped ticking and Christmas is only getting closer. This happens same time every year except this time around the holiday season is shorter.
Don’t be surprised if see a co-worker doing a little online shopping during their lunch break. It’s Cyber Monday, the techno follow up to Black Friday and the biggest day of the year for online sales.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in many stores, and it’s only September! It’s still summer, but some retailers like K-mart are already freezing the moment with holiday ads on TV and online.
Shopping online in an effort to dodge sales tax may soon come to an end.
Just because Christmas is over doesn’t mean the holiday spending has come to an end. Across South Florida the stores and malls are expected to be swamped today by shoppers looking to return unwanted gifts and use gift cards.
For some, a seasonal job tied to the holiday shopping season means buying better Christmas gifts. For others, the job means a chance to impress and become full-time. For all, it’s a welcome opportunity following a long stretch of lackluster hiring reports.
Have you gone shopping yet. Father’s Day is Sunday, June 17th and Americans will spend more on dear old dad than ever before.
Just because Christmas is over doesn’t mean the holiday spending has come to an end. Across South Florida the stores and malls were mobbed as thousands of people returned unwanted gifts and used gift cards to pick up items Santa may have missed.