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Macy's Offering Shop for a Cause Saturday

Macy's Offering Shop for a Cause Saturday

Shoppers will get a chance for a good deal and help women in need in southern Nevada this Saturday.

Macy's is again partnering with Dress for Success Southern Nevada to offer people a shopping pass for the eighth annual Shop for a Cause.

The passes are $5 with 100 percent of the sales going to Dress for Success. The passes give shoppers exclusive deals on regular, sale and clearance priced items at Macy's stores.

The shopping passes can be purchase at Dress for Success, 3400 West Desert Inn Road, #25, or by calling (702) 684-6412.

Dress for Success offers women in need access to professional wardrobes, a support network and career training to get and keep a good job. 

New Shops Spread into Vacant Spaces, Malls as Valley Shakes Off Fiscal Recession

New Shops Spread into Vacant Spaces, Malls as Valley Shakes Off Fiscal Recession

Throughout the valley, departed businesses are being replaced by new endeavors.

This year is shaping up to be busy for local retail professionals, as malls fill in empty spaces vacated by stores that didn’t survive the recession and developers resume work on stalled projects.

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Strip Shopping Making a Comeback

Strip Shopping Making a Comeback


Shopping is making a comeback on the Las Vegas Strip.

Owners of The Fashion Show and the Grand Canal Shoppes announced Friday that retailers at both centers saw marked improvement in sales in 2012 and are expecting even more progress in 2013.

According to the Fashion Show, 14 of its retailers finished 2012 with annual sales well over $2,000 per square foot. Nearly 50 retailers posted double-digit sales increases over 2011.

Restaurants, women’s apparel and accessories, along with athletic wear performed the best.

The shopping center is getting several new stores this year, including Uno de 50, Vince Camuto, Robert Graham, Francesca’s Collection, LUSH Fresh Homemade Cosmetics, Joe’s Jeans and a Disney Store.

The Canal Shoppes also reported improved sales. According to the shoppes, nearly 40 retailers reported double-digit sales increases over 2011. Women’s accessories, including shoes, handbags and jewelry, lead the way.

Casino Shooting Range Plans Pulled

Casino Shooting Range Plans Pulled

Plans to build a gun store and shooting range at a mall inside a Strip casino have been scrapped for now.

Phase II Mall Subsidiary withdrew its application for a permit to operate a sporting goods, firearm sales and recreational facility from the Clark County Commission Wednesday. Gun maker Beretta was behind the effort.

The plan originally called for the facility to be built inside the Shoppes at the Palazzo.

County Commissioner Chris Guinchigliani had expressed deep concerns about the plans. She told 8 News NOW she wanted to see the company’s design and safety rules before she would vote.

There is no word on whether the company plans to resubmit the proposal. 

Macy's Closing Bloomingdale's at Fashion Show

A retail giant is pulling one of its stores from the Fashion Show Mall on the Las Vegas Strip.

Macy's announced Thursday that it is closing six stores around the country including the Bloomingdale's Home Store at the Fashion Show Mall.

The clearance sale for the store starts Sunday and is expected to last several weeks. The retailer is closing the store because of poor sales performance.

The store opened in 2002 and employs 35 associates. The company says it will offer employees positions in nearby stores.

Despite the closing of Bloomingdales, Macy's is expanding its presence at Fashion Show with the addition of the Macy's Men's Store. The 105,000-square-foot store will open later this spring. The company is also remodeling its main store at the mall.

A new Macy's store will be built at the Shops in Summerlin, which is expected to be finished in the fall of next  year. The store is expected to be 180,000 square feet and employee 160 associates.

Free Spa Services Tuesday Afternoon at Rio

Free Spa Services Tuesday Afternoon at Rio


Women can find enjoy free spa services Tuesday afternoon at Rio Hotel & Casino, thanks to the resort and a skin care company.

For the third consecutive year, the resort teams up with skin care company Dermalogica to support women in business. Complimentary treatments will be offered between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m., as well as discounts on select products and services to benefit Dermalogica’s joinFITE initiative.

Guests will receive a complimentary mini-facial along with a “Give a Hand Up” MicroZone treatment and Dermalogica’s Face Mapping skin analysis. A 25-percent discount will be available on all skin care services and Dermalogica products, and $1 from each product purchased at the spa will benefit the FITE organization. JoinFITE (Financial Independence Through Entrepreneurship) is an international initiative launched by Dermalogica that supports women entrepreneurs worldwide.

Blue Man Group Opens New Store

Blue Man Group Opens New Store

The Blue Man Group is opening a new retail space inside The Venetian.

The new storefront will be in front of the Blue Man Group Theatre. Besides the usual T-shirts, coffee mugs and posters, the space will feature an interactive video wall with two high-definition monitors and a camera trained on the shopping fans. The video wall will also play exclusive videos of the Blue Man Group and content from the live show.

The retail store is open 10 a.m. to midnight every day.