NEW YORK — There were actually some winners in the grueling Christmas season, and generally, they were the midline and power retailers like Kohl’s, J.C. Penney Co., Best Buy and Circuit City.
That’s according to a telephone survey of 1,100 adults conducted by Meridian Inc., a Troy, Mich.-based consulting firm, to retailers on merchandising and communications strategies. From Dec. 22-31, Meridian took a random sample of adults across the nation spending at least $300 on gifts or items for themselves during the last holiday season.
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