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hit stores

To become available for purchase at retail locations. Her newest album hits stores this Friday, but you can buy it early from her website right now!
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Fashion powerhouse Sana Safinaz has issued a warning notice to those who have or plan to make counterfeit products of their upcoming Silk Collection 2018," scheduled to hit the stores on September 29.The notice, issued through their legal attorneys, Ali and Associates has been widely circulated and reads, It is hereby made known to all that our client SS Fashion Resources is introducing their new collection Silk Collection 2018' under their trademark Sana Safinaz all over Pakistan on 29th September 2018.
Most of the holiday merchandise is already here, but retailers are still restocking to be sure shoppers will have a broad and deep selection as they hit the stores over the next several weeks.
"Sorry, I'm not boring but definitely not for me." Kelly Kelso TOP TREND: Hundreds of shoppers hit the stores yesterday morning as they tried to bag a Boxing Day bargain.
The much-awaited HTC One 2, codenamed M8, and the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S5 will eat into each other's business as both smartphones are set to hit the stores within a month.
After the T-shirt hit the stores, the singer's faithful supporters were quick to express their displeasure, People reported.
LONDON Crowds hit the stores CAMBRIDGE Bumper-to-bumper congestion CO DURHAM Lorries struggle in icy conditions
SHOPPERS hit the stores in record numbers yesterday as they took advantage of bargain Christmas discounts.
MILLIONS of bargain-hunting shoppers once more hit the stores as a record-breaking Christmas sales frenzy continued.
SHOPPERS hit the stores in their droves yesterday for the first day of the sales.
The number of people who hit the stores over the weekend was up just 0.5 per cent on the previous Saturday and Sunday, Solihull-based retail analysts FootFall said yesterday.
SHOPPERS quickly lose their festive spirit if they hit the stores with a partner, according to a survey by Relate.
SHOPPERS would like more time to hit the stores on Sundays, a new survey suggested.
The latest sniff to hit the stores is her delightful wild fig and cassis candle.
1979: Thousands of Liverpool shoppers hit the stores in a bid to stock up on goods before the VAT rise.