A 60,000-square-foot, hand-painted mural will cover the exterior of Big Snow, North America’s first and only real-snow indoor ski and snowboard park.
“People think data is the answer and the solution. I work in data every day, and I can tell you most data is crap. At the end of the day, it’s one piece of the pie of information,” said Larisa Ortiz, managing director at neighborhood strategy and design firm Streetsense.
The recall applies to Lot No. 22318RB.
The off-price retailer will open a 46,000-square-foot location at the Raritan shopping center in 2020.
The 42-year-old Hackensack mall is in its third and final phase of redevelopment, to be completed along with both store openings in March 2020.
More than $2 million in associate bonuses were paid to New Jersey employees during the same period, and the retailer paid $79.3 million in state and local taxes, according to Walmart's updated impact report.
John Crimmins adds the role to his position as executive vice president, Finance and chief accounting officer.
There are currently 300 positions up for grabs, including retail professionals, guest services and ticket agents, ski and snowboard instructors, and lift operators. Hiring events will occur at the Hilton Meadowlands on Oct. 13 and Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The agreement covers 34 airport locations, including 33 stores in airports where Hudson is already operating.
The 3,185-square-foot store underwent a tech-driven revamp which includes a designated area to take the brand's Only Me health assessment, a large-format digital product guide and enhanced mobile POS checkout.
Mark Tritton succeeds interim chief executive Mary Winston, who took the helm in May when longtime leader Steven Temares stepped down due to pressure from activist investors.
Retail real estate services firm Levin Management Corp. said Lux Nails leased 1,700 square feet at the 128,000-square-foot North Brunswick property.