Teen retailer rue21 is collaborating with a youth nonprofit to make a positive impact on the lives of its customers.
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Specialty gift retailer Harry & David is taking a visual and social approach to a holiday promotion.
National Fetch It Day is the name PetSmart has given an online promotion with an across the board discount to incentivizes shoppers to pick up their order in store.
Dollar General’s nearly 13,000 stores will be closed on Christmas Day, but the retailer is offering an enticing online discount in hopes of making a digital connection with shoppers.
Buy online, pick up in store capabilities are being rolled out to all of Kohl’s nearly 1,200 stores this spring after a successful 100 store pilot program during the holidays.
Regional supermarket co-op Hy-Vee Inc. is giving customers seamless access to their purchases just in time for the holidays.
When your customer base is drivers who have had an accident or mishap with their vehicle, capturing consumers “in the moment” is crucial.
According to analytics reports from Adobe and RetailNext, online sales trumped bricks-and-mortar over Black Friday weekend and the trend looks to continue throughout the 2015 holiday season.
Pure play home furnishings retailer Wayfair is citing one digital channel in particular as serving as a major growth driver.