CHICAGO -- Five teenagers here were sent to local food and discount stores with $50 in their pockets to shop and rate their in-store experiences. While their store scores and experiences varied widely, their opinions serve as indicators to retailers as to how they can capture the loyalty and significant spending of their future shoppers. The teens are members of a national online Trendspotter community, comprised of 12,000 young people between the ages of 13 and 24, brought together by Teen ...
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