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Ross, a Golden Globe award winner and star of ABC's "Black-ish," is known for her spirit in style, health and beauty.
"I've had a passion for cooking since I was a little girl and I am so proud to bring my first-ever cookware collection to JCPenney," said Curry.
"Interning here at JCPenney has been an amazing experience, and I would recommend it to anyone," writes Suraj Didwania, a software engineer intern.
"The colorful, inspiring collections from Frank + Lulu give kids the bedroom of their dreams at a price that parents can afford,” said Tony Hurst, senior vice president of home at JCPenney.
Lucas has vast knowledge in how media strategy, digital content, marketing and distribution drive consumer behavior.
“As we move to revitalize our women’s business at JCPenney, we want to attract new customers by expanding our women’s contemporary assortment,” said John Tighe, chief merchant for JCPenney.
"Marci is an outstanding senior leader with a proven track record of developing winning marketing strategies for a diverse cross-section of leading national retailers," said Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Marvin R. Ellison.
When Marvin Ellison becomes JCPenney’s new CEO next August, he will be the first Black person to run a national retail chain. Will this progressive shift increase sales for the struggling retailer?
The retailer is highlighting shoppers of “all shapes, sizes and styles” with five mannequins—modeled after real people—at its Manhattan store.
Mike Ullman returned as Chief Executive Officer of JCPenney in 2013 to lead a turnaround after an unsuccessful strategy to move the retailer upmarket.
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