By  on June 1, 2012

CHICAGO — Apparel retailers diligently recorded preferences of top customers long before Abraham Lincoln commissioned Brooks Brothers to design an overcoat for his inauguration.

Shopper loyalty programs are not new; they just evolved from meticulous handwritten script in coveted little black books to highly sophisticated databases and analytical tools that suggest ways to engage, upsell and encourage repeat purchases in a more targeted fashion.

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