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While internet shopping certainly offers its perks, sometimes you just can?t beat the in-store experience.
Internet retailers seem to be realizing this too, as more and more online-only companies begin to launch test stores in cities around the country. Amazon opened its first physical book store in 2015, with a second location planned for Manhattan later this year.… Read More
Ever wonder how a seemingly out-of-stock item mysteriously appears after an employee searches for it in ?The Back?” We did a little investigating, and found that the back of a retail store is quite a magical place?
As the year came to an end, Kimco continued to remain busy throughout its fourth quarter?both in the real estate world and in the news. While the business of real estate may continue to shift around us, the company continues to prove that not only can it take on these challenges, but also adapt, grow, and thrive in the midst of change.… Read More
Our Illumi-Nation program made its way into the new year on a high note with approximately 50 percent of our top-tier sites now retrofitted with LED lights. We are well on the way to achieving Kimco?s energy reduction goal of a 10 percent reduction in same-site consumption within our operational control.… Read More
28 million small businesses across the country account for 54 percent of all U.S. sales, according to the Small Business Administration. At Kimco, we believe that small businesses are an important part of every community — and we do what we can to support them and help them thrive.… Read More
Retailers are stocking the shelves for what the National Retail Federation says will be $18.2 billion in spending this Valentine?s Day. Though slightly down from last year?s $19.7 billion in spending, consumers can nonetheless expect to find their special someone a Valentine?s surprise from favorite shops decked out in pink and red for the holiday.… Read More
On Sunday, February 5, the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons will go head-to-head during one of the year?s biggest and most-watched sporting events. 189 million Americans are expected to tune in, and consumers should spend a total of $14.1 billion to prepare for the big game.… Read More
Nearly every town in America houses some kind of franchise, whether that be a restaurant, hotel, home improvement store, hair salon — the list goes on. Franchises account for around 9 million jobs in America, making them an integral part of the economy.… Read More
At Kimco, we love to see our customers having fun while shopping for the best deals. Discount brands are taking over, and shoppers are hunting for their own personal retail treasures. However, some are taking the trend a little too seriously…
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