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U.S. holiday sales are expected to rise 2.5 to 3 Percent this holiday season despite economic uncertainty. That's according to a recently released forecast from Deloitte.

Despite all of the economic turmoil domestically and abroad this year, holiday retail sales are expected to rise by between 2.5 and 3 percent.

Major brands continue to align with industry leaders at Digital Downtown, June 12-14, 2008 at the World Financial Center in New York City, with this week’s exhibitor additions of LG, Hitachi and HAI. The event is the largest display of the “Best New Products from the 2008 International CES,” brought to a consumer audience and it will feature the annual Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) Mid-Year Briefing, for the CE media and financial analyst communities. DIGITAL DOWNTOWN (D2) is located in the grand public atrium – The Winter Garden of the architecturally acclaimed World Financial Center, the corporate home of American Express, Merrill Lynch, Dow

Major consumer electronics brands joined CEA’s Digital Downtown (D2) technology showcase roster last week, including Panasonic, Intel, Crestron and Roland Corporation. The event will present the “Best New Products from CES” to an upscale, high-influence audience in the New York Financial District, June 12-14 at the World Financial Center. To accommodate industry demand, the event producers have expanded booth offerings to include locations in the outdoor World Financial Center Plaza, as well as at lobby-levels adjacent to the main entrances to the American Express and Merrill Lynch headquarters. Digital Downtown is located in the public atrium - The Winter Garden --

According to a survey commissioned by Deloitte & Touche USA LLP, 65 percent of consumers have more holiday shopping on tap while 45 percent have already purchased ten or more items. 14 percent haven’t even started. Other findings note that 47 percent of customers have bought most of their gifts on sale with one in five buying nothing at full price. 68 percent have made at least one unplanned gift purchase in their travels, with 42 percent buying three or more. While 53 percent say they haven’t bought any gift cards yet, Deloitte & Touche expect a surge in these

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