GAP sets the stage for what retail will look like in the future
Stores are specific they tailor the store to customer base Ban Republic is one of my favorites.
After a recent visit to a JCP i can only say I don't really get ti? They had large section of
clothes that were geared toward teens and no customers. In the same mall they have a H&M and
a forever 21 and a Gap. JCP can't compete and JCP prices are actually higher.
A third floor in that was a supposedly a home dept that looked more like a going out business display
with furniture dropped in to fill space I guess. I don't see how JCP is relevant in the future.