Retail firms not expecting a boom for Labor Day
The merchandise is ready, the advertisements printed, and the shopping hours adjusted in anticipation of a big Labor Day sale weekend. But when it comes to actual store foot traffic on Labor Day itself, the first Monday in September is usually a big dud, according to a software firm that tracks retail sales transactions.
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