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  • MAC concept store attracts youth
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MAC concept store attracts youth

How do you get selfie-taking tweens into your beauty store? Make it about them. That’s the line MAC Cosmetics is taking with its new youth concept store in Orlando, which, after just a few months in operation, is now among its top five performing stores in North America.

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