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Urban secures three new sites for Urban Outfitters

BY CSA STAFF

Dallas URC Urban recently helped secure three new sites for two Urban Outfitters concepts in North Texas.

UCR Urban represented The Shops at Legacy, Plano, Texas, in securing Urban Outfitters for a 9,550 sq. ft. space. The Shops at Legacy is a mixed-use shopping center development located at the Dallas North Tollway and Legacy Drive in Plano, Texas.

The lease represents Urban Outfitters’ third store in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The store is scheduled to open in fall 2010.

UCR Urban also represented Watters Creek in Allen, Texas, in securing Anthropologie for a 9,000 sq. ft. The store will open in October 2011. Anthropologie also signed a lease for 11,000 sq. ft. space feet at University Park Village in Fort Worth. The store is scheduled to open this November.

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Target launches anti-smoking campaign with American Cancer Society

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MINNEAPOLIS – Target announced that it is launching a month-long anti-smoking campaign in connection with the American Cancer Society’s 2010 Great American Smokeout to support guests and team members in their efforts to quit smoking.

"Target is committed to helping our guests and team members reach their well-being goals, which may include quitting smoking, and we’re proud to work with the American Cancer Society for this year’s Great American Smokeout," said Dr. Joshua Riff, Target’s medical director. "As part of our focus on prevention, Target offers a variety of tools, tips and products for those who want to stop smoking and stay smoke-free. This campaign advances our prevention efforts and will ultimately lead to healthier communities."

The campaign will begin on Nov. 1 and will highlight Target’s assortment of stop-smoking aids and give greater visibility to Target Pharmacy and Target Clinic healthcare professionals, who can offer support, smoking-cessation materials and advice, the company reported. The campaign is anchored by in-store signing and informational brochures in all Target stores, as well as features in the weekly ad and at Target.com.

The American Cancer Society’s 35th annual Great American Smokeout takes place Nov. 18, and is designed to motivate and empower smokers with personalized tools, tips and support to help them quit for good.

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B&N launches parents’ loyalty program

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NEW YORK – Barnes & Noble announced the launch of the B&N Kids’ Club (www.bn.com/kidsclub), a free loyalty and rewards program for Barnes & Noble parents and caregivers. The B&N Kids’ Club is an in-store and online program that provides exclusive benefits along with savings and discounts on Barnes & Noble’s outstanding selection of children’s books and educational toys and games.

When customers sign-up for the B&N Kids’ Club they will be welcomed with a 30% off coupon to use on a future purchase of children’s books, educational toys and games, and adult games and puzzles, the company reported. Kids’ Club members will also receive a $5 coupon for every $100 they spend on children’s books and toys up to four times per year.

“Barnes & Noble is committed to being a valuable resource for parents,” said Jaime Carey, chief merchandising officer for Barnes & Noble. “Our recently launched B&N Kids’ Expert Circle and our newly expanded Educational Toys & Games section in stores and online reflects our dedication to helping parents choose the best products and receive meaningful advice about all the stages of raising children. B&N Kids’ Club is our way of saying thank you for continuing to trust Barnes & Noble.”

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