This Valentine’s Day the average romantic is expected to spend $142.31 on flowers, jewelry, apparel, candy, and more for their sweetheart, up nearly $10 from $133.91 last year, according to The National Retail Federation’s Valentine’s Day Consumer Spending Survey. This year’s findings also revealed that total spending is expected to reach an all-time survey high of $18.9 billion in 2015.… Read More
The National Retail Federation released its Valentine’s Day 2014 shopping forecast last week, predicting total spending to reach $17.3 billion. The average person is expected to spend $133.91 on the holiday this year, up slightly from $130.97 last year.
The NRF has also said that consumers will be “frugal with their budgets,” underscoring the importance of strategic promotions and deals this Valentine’s Day.… Read More
The marketing team at Novilhos Brazilian Steakhouse has an appetite for cross promotions this Valentine’s Day, and the approach is serving up short-tail and long-tail business benefits for the Kimco tenant. Not only are diners from around the Bellevue, Wash., area jumping to reserve tables for Feb.… Read More