U.S. department store chain, offering online shopping for clothing and household goods, plus a store locator, company information, and employment opportunities. [Description from dmoz]
Kohl's wants to be easy on shoppers and tough on competition. It operates 1,000-plus discount department stores in 48 states. More than a quarter of its stores are in the Midwest, where Kohl's continues to grow while rapidly expanding into other markets. Moderately priced name-brand and private-label apparel, shoes, accessories, and housewares are sold through centrally located cash registers, designed to expedite checkout and keep staff costs down. Kohl's competes with discount and mid-level department stores. Merchandising relationships allow Kohl's to carry top brands (NIKE, Levi's, OshKosh B'Gosh) not typically available to discounters; it sells them cheaper than department stores by controlling costs. [Description from Hoover's]
This site reaches over 8.1 million U.S. monthly people.The typical visitor plays the California state lottery.
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