Costco to boost holiday engagement by 1.4% in 2019

The grocery store giant is boosting holiday engagement for its customers, with an average of 4.3 million people participating in the holiday shopping season, according to a report.

The number of hours that shoppers are spending on holiday shopping was up by 1 percent from last year.

The number of customers who are spending more than 30 minutes per day is up 0.4 percent, and customers who spend more than 40 minutes per week is up 2.5 percent.

Costco said it is also boosting holiday promotions that boost its holiday revenue.

The company is giving away free products to shoppers who spend at least $200 on products, the report said.

The company is also encouraging customers to shop in the store.

A new section in the shopping experience will be dedicated to holiday shopping.

The report said Costco is making a few tweaks to its holiday schedule, including the change to its first weekend of retail sales.

It also plans to spend more on promotions for its holiday shoppers, which could help boost sales.

Costcos annual holiday season is traditionally strong, with sales up 10 percent in 2018.

In 2019, Costco is aiming to break the record for its first full year.