By Jen Burns in Retail on November 12, 2013
You’ve seen it. Halloween costumes are on the same aisle as back to school supplies and Valentine’s Day candy is next to the half off Christmas decor. As the years go by, retail stores continue to offer holiday merchandise sooner. So it’s no surprise that a leading retailer like Walmart would move up one of their largest grossing shopping days – Black Friday.
By Dermot Mee in Customer Experience, Featured on December 25, 2012
Picture the traditional Thanksgiving aftermath, bodies sprawled on the couch watching football, kids playing Madden 2013, Black Ops, Halo etc, Grandma is about the spill her chardonnay on the rug and all is right with the world!!! Then at about 9 PM, out of the spare room appear three tall blond gladiators, clad in warm coats, scarfs, gloves and bags, lots of bags. As they march in unison to the ... Read More »
By Caprice Cartier in Customer Experience, Featured on December 22, 2012
I ignored Black Friday and Cyber Monday. This must shock some people. How I could ignore all the deals that were at my fingertips? There are a few reasons for this but the primary one is that my family hasn’t gotten organized yet. Asking a few five year old nephews for their Christmas list before Thanksgiving or even hours after the turkey has been served feels like shoving them from ... Read More »