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Tervis, Coconut Grove, Fla.

BY CSA STAFF

Tervis, the company best known for its virtually unbreakable, insulated tumblers, has launched a new store design that reflects its updated image. The brand, whose products can be personalized to any interest or occasion, underwent a major rebranding in 2011 and is now translating the image to brick-and-mortar stores.

With vibrant colors that mimic the Tervis logo, bright lighting, and whimsical décor, the new design is fun and inviting, with an informal, casual ambience. (The design is credited to the company’s in-house design team and Retail Design Services, Bel Air, Md.). References to the product are featured throughout, including the blue iridescent flooring that resembles ice cubes floating in a beverage.

White and clear plexiglass shelving and two-tier tabletops serve as an understated backdrop to the colorful Tervis drinkware and its thousands of designs and variety of products. The checkout counter stands out with its bold yellow counter emblazoned with the backlit Tervis logo. Behind the counter, additional backlit signage highlights the brand’s benefits, including its famous lifetime guarantee.

Tervis currently operates some 16 stores, and the company is expanding its reach.

“It’s important for us to exemplify the ’Always Full of Fun’ attitude,” said Lynn Kisser, VP stores, Tervis. “By opening new stores, we hope to continue to fuel the excitement of the Tervis brand.”


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Hormel Foods stuck on Skippy Peanut Butter

BY CSA STAFF

AUSTIN, Minn. — Hormel Foods will acquire the iconic peanut butter brand Skippy from Unilever for approximately $700 million.

Hormel, known for its chili, ham and pork products, looks to balance its portfolio with the non-meat protein product. With peanut butter in a $2 billion category with a 74% household penetration, as well as the second most popular sandwich behind ham in the United States, Hormel will be in a good spot to grow its domestic and global brand presence.

"The acquisition of the Skippy peanut butter business represents a significant opportunity for Hormel Foods. It allows us to grow our branded presence in the center of the store with a non-meat protein product and it reinforces our balanced portfolio," said Jeffrey M. Ettinger, chairman of the board, president and CEO at Hormel Foods. "The fast growing international line will also strengthen our global presence, and should be a useful complement to our sales strategy in China for the Spam family of products."

Skippy’s total annual sales are expected to be approximately $370 million, with nearly $100 million of those sales outside the United States. Hormel Foods expects this acquisition to be modestly accretive in fiscal 2013. Full-year accretion in fiscal 2014 is expected to be between 13 and 17 cents per share.

First introduced in 1932, the Skippy domestic line includes 11 varieties of shelf-stable peanut butter products. Internationally, Skippy is sold in more than 30 other countries on five continents, and touts itself as the leading peanut butter brand in China.

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Macy’s to close six locations, open nine others

BY Marianne Wilson

Cincinnati — Macy’s on Thursday announced what it described as “normal-course adjustments” to its portfolio of Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s stores that include shuttering six locations (all in early spring 2013) and opening nine others.

“We remain committed to operating a successful and growing stores business as part of our company’s Omnichannel strategy for serving customers wherever, whenever and however they prefer to shop,” said Karen M. Hoguet, CFO, Macy’s. “This leads us to open new stores where we see the opportunity to fill gaps in important markets, as well as to make the tough decision to selectively close underperforming stores that no longer meet our performance requirements or where leases are not being renewed.”

In addition to closing its Bloomingdale’s Fashion Show Home Store in Las Vegas, the company will close Macy’s stores in Paseo Colo., Pasadena, Calif.; Belmont, Mass., downtown Honolulu; downtown St Paul, Minn.; and downtown Houston.

As previously announced, nine new and replacement Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s stores are currently planned and/or under construction. New Macy’s stores will be opening in Mall of Victor Valley, Victorville, Calif. (to open spring 2013); Gurnee Mills, Gurnee, Ill.; Mall at Bay Plaza, The Bronx, N.Y. (fall 2014); University Town Center, Sarasota, Fla. (fall 2014); and Shops at Summerlin, Las Vegas, (fall 2014).

In addition, an all-new Macy’s store is being built in Westfield South Shore in Bay Shore, N.Y. (to open in fall 2013) to replace an older store in the same shopping center. And the retailer is expanding its presence in Fashion Show in Las Vegas with a new Macy’s Men’s Store (open in spring 2013) and a significantly remodeled main store.

A new Bloomingdale’s store is being built in Glendale Galleria in Glendale, Calif. (to open in fall 2013) and an all-new Bloomingdale’s is being built in Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto, Calif., (spring 2014) to replace an older store in the same shopping center.

A new Bloomingdale’s Outlet store will open in fall 2013 in Fashion Outlets Chicago, now under construction in Rosemont, Ill. The new location will bring to 13 the total number of Bloomingdale’s Outlets, a new concept launched in fall 2010. Four were opened in 2010, with another three added in 2011 and five added in 2012.

Macy’s on Thursday also announced the consolidation of its two separate stores in Ridgedale Center in Minnetonka, Minn., into the one expanded location beginning in early 2014. The current 202,000-sq.-ft. Macy’s main store will be expanded and upgraded by approximately 84,000 sq. ft., with construction beginning in June 2013. When the project is completed in early 2014, the men’s and home businesses currently in a separate building will move into the main Macy’s store.

Once all of these changes have been implemented, Macy’s will operate 798 stores in 45 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and Guam. Bloomingdale’s will have a total of 37 full-line and home stores, as well as 13 Bloomingdale’s Outlet stores. Bloomingdale’s also operates in Dubai under a license agreement with Al Tayer Group LLC.

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