TJX did better than it thought it might in the third quarter, the company maintained, as HomeGoods performed particularly well and as the parent began taking steps to launch a dedicated e-commerce operation for the banner. Digital sales at homegoods.com will begin next year.
Marshalls has launched a new initiative called, “Share Wow, Get Wow,” a program all about turning in-store finds that shoppers share on social media into real-life, feel-good stories.
With a career spanning more than 30 years at TJX and a reputation to match, Jay Cunningham has been recognized by kitchenware vendors as a 2020 Impact Merchant.
For the third quarter, TJX kept rolling, pointing to customer traffic as driving its earnings and sales performance as the off-price retailer positioned its holiday marketing campaigns for the fourth quarter.
For the second quarter, HomeGoods comparable sales, which now include those for HomeSense stores in the U.S., came in flat even as overall TJX posted a positive 2% comp.
Marshalls has teamed up with actress Kaley Cuoco to deliver a surprise to shoppers nationwide. This week, the retailer said it will place a “Surprise Box” in all stores across the country on Friday, August 16 for shoppers to discover.
Marshalls has come up with a unique promotion designed to demonstrate that it can be a destination for Father’s Day and other gift-giving occasions.