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That means days like Black Friday don play out differently in the store, which opened at its normal time and featured fresh markdowns for customers but none of the coupon or sale induced shopping frenzy that co anchors Sears, Macy and JCPenney generated.
non promotional and staying true to what we do has been successful for us, Davis said. There no need to change that strategy. We think customers appreciate that. It sounds like a simple approach, but it works for us. a private company, Von Maur won discuss its revenue or sales trends.
The chain is maintaining its measured approach to expansion by opening one store in 2010 when it moves into Missouri, its 10th state.
And Davis said the economy seems to have less impact on the store, even as Macy and JCPenney reported national same store sales fell by over 5 percent in November.
Davis said. seems to be business as usual. Ann Arbor store employs 110, said manager Marnie Harris, with an additional 30 gift wrappers hired for the holidays.
Local departments with strong sales include shoes a big UGG trend Davis said of the Australian brand and the typical gift giving areas of jewelry, accessories and handbags.
Brands and pricing follow what Davis calls better, best layering in each department. Store managers make suggestions to buyers to get a unique mix for each location, Davis said.
But the Michigan stores may have a slightly different flavor from stores in other areas. Even the other store at Laurel Park in Livonia is bigger, allowing more items from popular brands like Juicy and Coach, for example.