Apparel and Footwear: The Hispanic Consumer - US - June 2010
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More than any other group, Hispanics love to shop for clothing and apparel with their families as a recreational activity. As a result, they’re spending more time at the mall buying the latest sneakers, jeans and baby clothes, than non-Hispanics are. Spending on apparel and footwear has dropped in recent years amid a slumping economy, but Hispanic spending power—$1.2 trillion strong by 2012 and growing fast—is re-energizing this market segment. The footwear and apparel industry category has significant market share for retailers to target Hispanic shoppers with in-language and culturally relevant messages that will reward their businesses with loyal and active customers, now and even more so in the future.
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