USA: Ross Stores Unveils New Concept, August Sales Up
By just-style.com | 4 September 2003
Discount apparel chain Ross Stores Inc on Thursday posted a two per cent rise in August same-store sales and announced the development of a new off-price concept aimed at customers from lower-income households.
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