The Atlanta Journal-Constitution article “More Temporary Stores Popping Up for Holiday Season” quotes AGG Partner Abe J. Schear. Temporary stores are used test the market for potential expansion, generate excitement about a new product or expand the reach of a retailer during a peak season. Stores like Halloween Express, Toys R Us, Borders, and Harry and David are opening pop-up establishments throughout Atlanta to differentiate themselves in the market and take advantage of opportunities to increase sales. Mr. Schear says that these temporary stores fill a void. “There’s nothing worse than an empty-looking shopping center, particularly at the holidays.” To read the full article, please click here.