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Tuesday Morning sales fall in Q3

BY Staff Writer

Dallas — Tuesday Morning Corp. reported Tuesday that same-store sales for the quarter ended Mar. 31 dropped 3.2% on spending and traffic decreases.

According to the discount retailer, traffic dipped 1.8% for the third quarter and average tickets fell 1.4%. Total revenue edged down 1% to $172.7 million, compared with $174.3 million in the year-ago period.

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Summer Light Spectacular

BY CSA STAFF

At Westfield San Francisco Centre, a nightly light show projected onto the mall’s iconic dome is expected to be a huge draw.

The center, owned by Westfield, will be showcasing a one-of-a-kind animated 3D light spectacular, called The Heart of San Francisco, which will run nightly on Level 4 Under the Dome from July 11 through Sept. 3.

Featuring iconic San Francisco images, the free show will be projected on the Centre’s 102-ft.-wide dome and set to a collection of San Francisco songs.

Westfield is erecting a pop-up Park Under the Dome, decked with lawn chairs and showcasing a replica of the bridge and Crissy Field, for visitor viewing. Installed in honor of the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge, the pop-up park will lend an extra touch of San Francisco to the summer light show.

The dome is more than 11,000 sq. ft., nearly three times the size of a standard IMAX screen. For the experience, Westfield partnered with Obscura Digital, a San Francisco-based creative technology studio, to conceive and create the innovative show, using one-of-a-kind 3D mapping technology.

Obscura was also responsible for the Illuminique Under the Dome holiday light spectacular at Westfield.

The free show begins at 5 p.m. nightly and runs every half hour until the Centre closes.


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REAL ESTATE

Divaris announces promotions

BY Katherine Boccaccio

Virginia Beach, Va. — Divaris Real Estate has announced several promotions within its sales and leasing divisions, as well as in its property management arm.

According to Gerald S. Divaris, president, Eric Bucklew, Krista Costa and Erica Meekins were all promoted to VP in the Virginia Beach headquarters of DRE.

Bucklew is a general broker for the company throughout Hampton Roads and Florida. Costa handles corporate services accounts throughout North America. Meekins specializes in pre-development and leasing services for mixed-use and lifestyle projects, nationwide.

Other promotions were announced for positions held in Divaris Property Management Corp. Carlotta Lilly was named property manager and Melody Almonte was promoted to assistant property manager, both for Town Center of Virginia Beach. And in Divaris’ Washington, D.C. office, Peggy Hernandez was made assistant property manager.

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