Net Lease TV - Black Friday, Nov 25, 2022 at UTC Mall in La Jolla, California

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Video added by Net Lease TV | Date Uploaded: November 26, 2022 | Date Created: November 25, 2022

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In this video Chris Marabella interviews several customers at the University Town Center Mall in La Jolla California on Black Friday, November 25, 2022. Chris discusses the Wall Street Journal titled "Supply Woes Ease, Leaving Shelves Full for Holidays" dated Friday, Nov 18, 2022 that discuss an increasing Inventory / Sales ratio and more inventory giving consumers more supply of products to choose from at better prices per the article. For Net Lease TV episode ideas contact Chris Marabella at (760) 803-6464 or contact Chris by email at nnn@marabellafinance.com. For Net Lease TV visit our website at http://www.marabellafinance.com


Categories:
Economics/Market Reports/Research, Interviews / Speeches
Property Types:
Retail
States:
CALIFORNIA


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