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Clay Terrace, Prien Lake, Valley Mall & Lima Mall Maps Ready!

Monday, December 20th, 2010

Clay Terrace

As the first outdoor lifestyle center in Indiana, Clay Terrace stands as a unique and beautiful jewel in the Simon Property Group portfolio. Here, over 70 retailers line the center’s broad sidewalks, gently rising up Clay Terrace Boulevard from U.S. 31. Vintage storefronts and antique lighting blend seamlessly with modern amenities and convenience.

Home to everything from locally owned boutiques to nationally known shopping destinations, Clay Terrace offers something for even the most discerning shopper. Browse through Orvis and Eddie Bauer’s upscale outdoor fashions. Or redecorate your living space with items from Clay Terrace’s incredible home furnishings stores, like Z Gallerie, Pier One Importer, Three Chairs Company, Bakers, and Luxe Home Interiors.

If an afternoon of pleasure suits your fancy, book an appointment at Indy’s highly acclaimed David & Mary’s Day Spa, then dine at one of our super elegant full-service restaurants afterward.

Prien Lake Mall

Prien Lake Mall features Dillard’s, Sears, JCPenney, Kohl’s and Cinemark 14, featuring all digital technology and stadium seating and more than 80 specialty shops! Retailers include Talbots, Gap/Gap Kids, Aeropostale, Bath & Body Works and The Children’s Place. You’ll also enjoy great food at all your favorite eateries in the Food Court, or visit Long John Silvers, KFC, or Piccadilly Cafeteria! Prien Lake Mall has everything you need for a great shopping experience.

Valley Mall VA

Belk, JCPenney and Target provide you with the latest fashions, housewares, gift items and more. Stores like American Eagle Outfitters, Aeropostale, Hollister, Old Navy, PacSun, Zales Jewelers, Victoria’s Secret, Spencers, Express, Matthew’s Hallmark and fye are just the beginning of the mall’s mix of stores. Valley Mall is at the center of some of Virginia’s most popular tourist attractions. Massanutten Resort, a four season mountain resort, is only 15-minutes away and features some of the greatest snow skiing in the Mid-Atlantic. Luray Caverns, Natural Bridge and numerous battlefields are nearby too. Between studying and classes, students from four regional colleges unwind and shop at Valley Mall, including James Madison University, Bridgewater College, Eastern Mennonite University and Mary Baldwin College.

From the mountains of the Blue Ridge to the rapids of the Shenandoah River, come play in our back yard. The scenic and wonderful Shenandoah Valley!

Lima Mall

Lima Mall is anchored by Elder-Beerman, JCPenney, Macy’s, MC Sports and Sears. The mall features more than 65 specialty stores including Old Navy, American Eagle Outfitters, Bath & Body Works, Gap/Gap Kids, Victoria’s Secret, Buckle, The Children’s Place, Aeropostale, and Pacific Sunwear. Ruby Tuesday is located on the front side of the center. With all of Lima Mall’s shops to choose from, you’ll find everything you need and everything you want!

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Orange Park Mall in Orange Park, FL & Four Seasons Town Centre in Greensboro, NC Interactive Shopping Mall Directory Maps Now Available For Free Download.

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Orange Park Mall, Florida

Orange Park Mall in Orange Park, FL is a friendly, comfortable, and lively shopping trip. Orange Park Mall features Belk, Dillard’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods, JCPenney, and Sears. The mall also boasts a Books-A-Million, Old Navy, and a state-of-the-art AMC 24-screen theater. Grab a quick bite to eat in the 400-seat Food Court, or relax while the kids play in our Children’s Play area. Get all your shopping done in an environment that makes you feel good. You’re bound to find what you need at Orange Park’s 120 specialty stores. Orange Park Mall…More Choices!

Four Seasons Town Centre, NC

Four Seasons Town Centre in Greensboro, NC is the best in shopping, entertainment and dining! Whether you enjoy a relaxing dinner at one of the mall’s restaurants or spend the day shopping at all your favorite stores, Four Seasons Town Centre offers a complete entertainment experience.

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Joan Verdon Of The Bergen Record Writes About FastMall for iPhone, CEO Sam Feuer

Monday, April 5th, 2010

Sam Feuer and his wife were at Menlo Park Mall about a year ago when his wife — 6 1/2 months pregnant at the time — needed to use the bathroom. “And no one could tell us where the nearest bathroom was,” he said. “It literally took us almost 25 minutes to find a bathroom.”
Necessity was the mother of invention: Sam Feuer of Web developer MindSmack says his pregnant wife urged him to develop an application to help people find the nearest restrooms in the mall. FastMall is the result.

Necessity was the mother of invention: Sam Feuer of Web developer MindSmack says his pregnant wife urged him to develop an application to help people find the nearest restrooms in the mall. FastMall is the result.

Feuer (pronounced FOY-er) heads a North Brunswick-based Web development company called MindSmack that specializes in using technology to get results. So his wife said, “You own MindSmack — you should do something to help people find bathrooms at malls.” And he did. MindSmack in December launched FastMall, a free iPhone application that guides shoppers through malls, provides information about store deals, and shows the locations of all the bathrooms on a FastMall map when you shake the phone.

FastMall also shows shoppers with strollers or in wheelchairs how to find elevators, and lets mall visitors announce via Facebook or Twitter that they’ve arrived at a certain store. Feuer, 33, sees the potential to build FastMall into the “Google of malls,” along with numerous opportunities for revenue-producing advertising and marketing deals. He spoke with The Record while demonstrating the FastMall app at Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus.

Q. So your wife needing to go to the bathroom inspired FastMall?

Right. The goal was to find her a bathroom in a store or the mall as quick as possible. Then it evolved into something where you can actually get turn-by-turn directions inside of a structure without using GPS. We built it initially with GPS because we thought that would make the most sense. But GPS failed inside of most internal structures over time. So we went back to the drawing board as far as the mapping technology goes and built it without GPS.

Q. How does it work?

It’s kind of like Coke — I don’t want to give you the whole secret. There’s an algorithm involved. It’s called Dijkstra’s algorithm [a formula for finding the shortest route]. Google Map has three choices for routes: walking, biking or bus. So I said let’s give people a choice of fastest, escalator and elevator. This works exactly like Google Map, but for indoors. We can work with any brand or any mall company, like Westfield for example. We can put Westfield’s logo on the map of the mall, to brand it. That’s how you monetize the application.

Q. How many people have downloaded the app?

We’re at over 50,000 now. We’re exploding. It’s really from word of mouth. Your article alone will probably bring 15,000-20,000 new users because New Jersey’s the mall capital of the world.

Q. Malls like to control their information. What kind of reaction are you getting from the malls?

So far, every reaction we’ve gotten has been “We want to work with you,” or “How did you do this without us helping you?” There are so many other mall apps out there that are just a waste of everyone’s time. We begin where every other mall app ends.

Q. FastMall shows you restrooms inside stores. How did you get that information without someone scouting out each store?

We can get the locations of the mall bathrooms, but the locations inside places like Penney’s, that’s impossible to get. That’s where we’re relying on the community. If you click that button you can add a location of a bathroom. As we get 100,000 to a million users, which is coming, we’re going to get all that feedback.

Read the rest of the article on NorthJersey.com – http://www.northjersey.com/news/business/89860217_Helping_shoppers_to_navigate_the_mall.html