Toys "R" Us wants you for Christmas.
I remember reading an article about a very targeted plan by the toy giant to "invade the mall [during the] holiday season, opening 600 'Express' stores in malls and other shopping centers around the country, more than six times [the previous] year's count, and hiring 10,000 seasonal workers."
During a time of economic downturn, CEO Gerald Storch saw this as a necessary "aggressive action" plan.
The company indeed went into action and the question simply became, "How big can we make this?"
How big can we make Christmas?
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In this series, Senior Pastor Jim White will guide us toward an understanding of who we were created to be and how to have a biblical perspective of our true selves.Click here to see this product and more.