Amy Jinkner-Lloyd

Amy
Jinkner-Lloyd
Articles
Fresh Food &: Authenticity to Boot
Italian restaurants have dotted the American landscape for years. But as quickly as they crop up, do these eateries yield the same finely crafted cuisines
Lucrative Opportunities
The economy is going great guns, and that means the International Council of Shopping Centers' Annual Spring Convention will be large and lively. In keeping
Vegas Cuisine Ups the Ante
Las Vegas is famous not only for its big shows, tacky wedding chapels and abundance of Elvis impersonators, but also for the casinos' free buffets.As
Build-A-Bear Stuffs Malls
The growth of Build-A-Bear Workshop sounds more like a warm and fuzzy story than a corporate expansion plan.The St. Louis-based interactive retail concept
Staples Expands at Fast Clip
Tom Stemberg's printer ribbon broke over the July Fourth weekend in 1985, and buying office supplies hasn't been the same since. The local stationer was
Sephora Offers Beauty, Freedom
With a passionate commitment to both beauty and freedom, Frenchman Dominique Mondonaud launched a cosmetics store in France in the 1980s. At that time,
Reading Glass Express Focuses on Style
Having trouble reading this sentence? Never fear, help is on the way. Husband and wife team Henry and Suzanne Robinson are coming to the rescue of millions
Richie's Serves up Taste of New York
New York pizza is more than food: It is a sense of place and a confident face-to-the-world attitude. Only in New York is it common for pedestrians to
Giving Life to a Brand
Whether you like it or not, your business isn't what you think it is. It's what your customers think it is. And their impression comes from your logo.
Giving Life to a Brand
Whether you like it or not, your business isn't what you think it is. It's what your customers think it is. And their impression comes from your logo.
Wood Flooring Finishes First
Finish Line store designer plays up the sports theme with durable, maple hardwood flooring. When Austin, Texas-based Mann & Mann Architects was asked
Monsoon Finds Silver Lining
Restaurant owners Robert Meyers and Jim Reiman travel the globe to gather ideas for their restaurants. So when Dartmouth College approached them about
Natural inspiration
LaCrosse Footwear Inc. of La Crosse, Wis., has been in business for more than 100 years, making premium quality protective footwear for such diverse markets
Building image in the mind: What counts is what the customer perceives.
Creation, evolution, saturation, re-invention ... Scott Drummond knows the drill. As creative director for retail environments at Landor Associates, branding
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