This past Saturday the hubby, my eldest daughter and I had stolen sometime to play in the featured mall for last week, First Colony. After indulging in the Pop Fancy treats we had been drooling over in the many visits in preparation of last Thursday's review all week, I found myself fumbling for my camera in a … Continue reading New York & Co Clearing House?
There is no question about it, minimum wage is not enough to help U.S. families out of poverty, there is an incredibly audible outcry for change. So let's talk numbers. How much of a raise do you feel you need? Some picketers hold signs asking for 15 dollars an hour; but let's alter the reality … Continue reading What is the Cost of an Increase in Minimum Wage to a Minimum Wage Employee?
While walking along the Opry Mills Mall this weekend I stopped a moment to snap a quick pic of one of the many stealthily closing The Limited locations. I had heard rumors and cries of bankruptcy over the past month and now here I stood witnessing those urgent red posters screaming with despair hanging like a … Continue reading UPDATE! Is There Hope after Bankruptcy for Retailers today?
"...We’re a passionate, creative, entrepreneurial bunch who think outside the box and are all about providing a unique shopping experience while inspiring and connecting with our customers." -URBN Website And what an inspiration they are. From the eclectic unique kitchen collection at Anthropologie to the funky one of a kind … Continue reading Urban Outfitter’s Mission Statement
In 1888 Richard Warren Sears and Alvah C. Roebuck released their first catalog. A catalog that would come to represent the great revolution of the American Dream for the next century. A simple watch handler was able to provide affordable and available products to farmers in rural areas that did not have the option … Continue reading Who could be Kmart’s Unexpected Hero?