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juicerszones Post time 2018-09-13 15:06:31 | Show all posts |Read mode
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Retailers across the country reported sales Traditionallythe start of Christmas shopping season, thanksgiving weekend. Sales at R.H.Macy & Co. grew up 5 to 6 percent; The Bon Marche reported a 12 per centboost in sales; along with Dayton Hudson's Target had climbed digit profits.
HFD ventured to find out exactly what consumers bought Intomalls, mass merchandisers, and wholesale clubs across the country, pollingsales ministry and consumers in their holiday shopping lists.Marshall Field's:An clerk at the home-textiles section of this Oak Brook Store reported that,for Christmas presents, people buying"fingertip towels, together usingmaybe a fitting soap" She added the"bridal company is still goingstrong," with towels a popular purchase but no colors or colours preferredahead of all others.
A clerk at the crystal department commented. "They arePlenty of Waterford, bowls,. We sell a great deal of Waterford--we're the storefor Waterford of the Field --and that's going. The Waterford xmas decoration isattempting to sell well and certainly bowls and vases, but no body inparticular. And a great deal of stemware."
A shopper in line in the housewares department with a16-quart Calphalon stock pot was buying a Christmas gift"for thebrother-in-law. He enjoys to cook. He does not have a stockpot and has beenmentioning this yesterday. We do not have just one . We would like you "
Still another male shopper was purchasing a KrupsCoffee-maker as a Christmas gift. "That's what I understand mybrotherinlaw would like," he said.
A mother and daughter bought a Panasonic Bread Baker becauseA housewarming present. "It is something we've got in your home and itmakes very great bread," said the daughter. But these were not purchasinghousewares for Christmas gift ideas --" too realistic."
A woman was searching at juicers but remarked that the Spoutto the one she had been holding"looks as though it'd burst easily, plus itappears like it'd be tricky to clean." She put the down juicer andproceeded on.Kmart: Store manager Myles Johns said sales at new york's firstKmart store (in Fresh Meadows, Queens) were"rocking" the day afterThanksgiving. "There is no wonder -- Friday, Saturday and Sunday werecrazy, to say the least," he said.
The store, which started last month, had specials To promoteitems at the store"and find the clients started only just a littlesooner" than customary in their xmas items, said Johns.
Johns said that any home electronics product in a"moderate price range" was attempting to sell well, particularly GE's20-inch televisions at $199. Four-head VCRs at $299"flew" out of thisstore, '' said Johns, and the Nintendo Super Mario Painter is selling perfectlyat a $60 price point.
With ceramic, talent glassware failed well, in housewaresAntiques, toys and other items that are imported .
In domestics, the personal label of Kmart Color Classicssold In groups such as sheet sets, matching towels, and bed sets. "Thoseare areas of the house which you may decorate with no lot of money," saidJohns. "They are gifts mom gives herself."
Sales were strongest in smallish appliances. "Do notget me started," said Johns. "I haven't seen sales like this beforein almost any k mart and also that is number 18 for me." Juice extractors,notably the item in Hamilton Beach, sold well, as well as toasters, blenders,and irons out of vendors such as Toastmaster, Black & Decker and ProctorSilex.
Dillard's: Housewares clerk Paul Ling said sellers ComprisePanasonic bread makers, Krups and Braun coffee makers, crockpots, noveltyteakettles that are animal-shaped, and Mickey Mouse waffle irons. In accordancewith Ling,"a lot of individuals inquire regarding juicers," but theseservices and products have been slow to promote.
Customers in the Dallas department store bought Practicalgifts rather than items that are frivolous. Was searching for spice grindersand elaborate pepper.
Peak said her presents will soon likely be cooking gear andThings with which she could create baskets, just like a tub [soaps, scents,etc.] basket. "I like to buy useful but gifty ideas that we wouldn't buyfor themselves," she said.
A clerk at the house electronics section mentioned theIndividuals are comparing prices . Hot items are big screen TVs--over 27inches. Stereo sales are average so far and computers really are"holdingtheir own."
Target: From director, the Gadgets section David bush landreported the newest sellers are 16-bit gaming systems (Super Nintendo andGenesis machines that are roughly tied in sales). "We are seeing a lotmore high-dollar material in comparison to last year," he said"thispast year, parents may have bought the machine but told the kid to get theirown cartridge. This year old parents are kicking in the matches as well."
Additionally hot are mobile CD players, largely as thePrices have fallen. A surprise seller is Karoake sets--27 of 36. VCRs and TVsare selling roughly just like usual, but among stereos,"smaller flourishboxes proceed well this time of year" for adolescents.
At the housewares department Today, brown bought aRubbermaid chip and dip server to their increased girl. "We're alsokeeping our eyes peeled for Revere Ware," the couple said. In contrast topast year's purchases that are practical,"this year will be more fun thanreasonable. It truly depends upon what they want."
From the fabrics department, ministry Sheila Green saidelectric Towels, sheets and Blankets are selling well for gift suggestions. Asecretary, customer Gina Schmidt, said that she bought what to decorate herhouse for Christmas: a xmas door-mat, potholders, seasonal guest hand towels.
Costco: growers have been looking at CDs, dishes, andjuicers as Xmas gift suggestions, alongside other furniture items. "I'msearching for a brief bookcase for me," explained Susan Bradley, a l ahouse wife. "We didn't think about donating furniture for xmas, but we'vealready been looking up and down the aisles here and now we're interested at acedar-lined chest with a round shirt as a present for my niece."
Shopper Mike Fauquet said he looked for pottery and Dishesplaces, while Gregg Silvis said he had been pricing drawers for gifts, inaddition to a 100 per cent lambswool rug for $139.99
Costco worker Dave Grugett stated that sales in theElectronics were slow, primarily because shoppers seemed to be comparingprices.
Also,"home theater is famous today, and that Way folksare buying more speakers," he explained. "Alot of them Alreadypossess the components they desire for surround sound, so now they have beenChecking out what speakers are out there."

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