The mall is apparently no longer the go-to place for teens to hang out. A recent study by Piper Jaffray found that American teens currently visit the mall approximately 28 times per year, with the number of visits down 30 percent from what it was at the peak of the mall-going craze, in 2007.
Instead of visiting the mall to stay conn
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