al berrios & co. CONSUMER STRATEGIES REPORT 01.20.04: New Studies, NRFs Big Show, and Teen Obesity

[1] UPDATES: New Studies; NRFs Big Show; Teen Obesity
[2] TRADE EVENT: The National Retail Federation's Big Show 2004 (+ + + + +)
[3] OPINION: Teen Obesity is Exaggerated; 67% of Teens 13-17 Choose To Work Out

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Today's report focuses on the National Retail Federation's Big Show last week. If you're in retail, talking to retailers, or just curious about retail, and didn't make it to the event, I suggest you read it. In addition, our views on the obesity issue.

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