Snag markdowns on must-have holiday gifts

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Target’s biggest sale of the year is here. If you haven’t already started your holiday shopping, you can pick up must-have gifts for the whole family right now during Target’s pre-Black Friday sale.   

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With hundreds of markdowns (and more on the way), you can check off everything on your holiday list before the

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Fashion Square Mall retailers seek help for holiday season in Saginaw County

SAGINAW TWP, MI — The busy holiday shopping season is approaching, and retailers at Fashion Square Mall are hiring.

Fashion Square Mall, located at the intersection of Bay and Tittabawassee roads in Saginaw Township, is hosting a job fair from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 17, in the food court, according to a mall news release. About 10 mall merchants are expected to participate. More than 50 job opportunities are available with roles including sales associate, store lead and store manager.

“We are partnering with our merchants to provide a mall-wide effort to increase job applicants in preparation

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Apparel Sales Get Dressed Down For Holiday

Changing styles in fashion are nothing new. But the style changes on display in 2020 are quite a bit different than previous years. Consumers are staying at home and as a result paying a lot less attention to their personal style. Mastercard’s holiday spend data effectively sums up the story. Consumers did their fair share of shopping this season — home furnishings, home decoration, and home improvement products all had a banner season as consumers set about more perfectly feathering their nests. But apparel sales dropped off 19

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Make Juneteenth a Non-Shopping Holiday

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Juneteenth has long been celebrated by Black people and across communities of color. The holiday references June 19, 1865, two-and-a-half years after the Emancipation Proclamation, when a document declaring the end of slavery was read publicly in Galveston, Tex., by a U.S. Army general. Now the day is getting broader recognition, as numerous American companies, including some in fashion, are making it a paid holiday. Congress will likely take up the issue as well, and Juneteenth could, and should, become a national holiday.

How great and long overdue for our country to

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