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Exclusive Research: Big Box Retailers 2010

Retailers say 2009 sales down 5.3% from 2008

Chris Schultz -- Casual Living, December 3, 2010

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Casual Living's exclusive survey ranks the top five U.S. big box retailers by 2009 sales of outdoor furniture.

2009 was a year most outdoor retailers would like to forget. That's the case across the board, including both specialty retailers and mass merchants. The recession and resulting difficult retail climate pulled down outdoor sales for the nation's largest big box retailers. Collectively, the Top 5 mass retailers, ranked on Casual Living's exclusive list, posted 2009 outdoor furniture sales of $1.8 billion, down 5.3% from $1.9 billion in 2008.


For this ranking, outdoor furniture includes outdoor dining sets, outdoor chairs, lounge chairs, conversation groups, umbrellas, outdoor tables, bar tables, bistro sets, hammocks, benches, swings/gliders and outdoor storage units, including baker's racks. Estimates do not include sales from grills, outdoor lighting and/or outdoor accessories.
All outdoor furniture sales figures, except for publicly held companies that had reported line-of-business sales for outdoor furniture with the Securities and Exchange Commission, are Casual Living market research estimates. Sales figures and store counts, unless otherwise noted, are given for the 12-month period ending closest to December 31, 2009. For the exclusive report, click here.

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