UK: Asda To Extend Tween Queens Range
Supermarket group Asda is looking to extend the "mary-kateandashley" branded range to include books, DVDs, computer games and possibly even a range of clothing for boys on the back of the range's success in the UK. The store chain, which is owned by US parent Wal-Mart Stores Inc, launched the girls' clothing range from US "tween" queens Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen six weeks ago - and says sales have rocketed to more than £1 million.
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