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Abercrombie & Fitch

Description of the Organization Abercrombie & Fitch is a high-energy company that thrives on providing high quality merchandise to people who enjoy life to the fullest. Abercrombie & Fitch stores are retail stores that are usually in malls, some like Charleston, are in central downtown areas. The stores range in size between four and six rooms. The kid's stores are usually four rooms or are another department in an adult store like Charlotte. The size of the store depends on the volume of the store and the ratings are from A to D with A being the highest volume. There are a total of 491 stores open with an average store size of 7,480 gross square feet. This average makes for a total gross square footage of 3,673,000. Abercrombie & Fitch is a specialty store with it's own private label. The stores are divided into halves. There are separate departments within each store usually women's or girl's on the left and men's or boy's on the right. Sale merchandise is in the last room on each side. Abercrombie & Fitch is corporate owned and is a chain. Abercrombie & Fitch has cornered the market and competes with companies like American Eagle, Gap, and J Crew. In recent years, companies like American Eagle have begun remodeling their stores. Some of these new stores feature couches and chairs in leather and a T.V. like Abercrombie stores. Customers make the world go round at Abercrombie & Fitch. Customers between the ages of 18 - college are the target of the adult store and 7 -14 for the kid's store. Women's and girls tend to dominate the men's and boys departments on average. While time may not permit as much as we would like, we try to cater to all of our customers needs. Each department is store operated and assigned a manager. Management at Abercrombie & Fitch is decentralized. Home office makes all decisions and then passes them on to the regional managers, which then is passed on to the district managers, then to store managers ...

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