Canadian center embraces its Red Deer, Alberta, roots with a new themed club for children ages seven through 14.
Supporting people’s running habits might teach you a thing or two about their shopping patterns, and help your mall gain their loyalty.
The organization compiles common-sense guidelines, practical examples and sensible considerations for planning your own mall-walking program.
Moreno Valley Mall’s revamped kids club takes members away from the center court and into the shops.
Regent Mall developed a program to reassure shoppers that it was a safe home base, free of bullying.
Lehigh Valley Mall created a Teen Board to assist with various events. In return for their help, the teens learn about retailing, gain valuable experience, and get to take on special roles—merchandising, sampling, and modeling.
Livingston Mall’s “Science Circus” and “Stargazer” events showed kids how fun science could be, helping to increase its club membership by 350 people.