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GGP Kicks Off Back-to-School Shopping Fun for 2011-2012 School Year

Spicing up your back-to-school look with a fresh, new wardrobe will inspire compliments from classmates and help boost confidence when walking down those crowded hallways. To make the school shopping experience a rockin' good time, General Growth Properties (NYSE: GGP), mall owner and operator of 167 centers across the country, will host two exciting back-to-school programs, Shop Til You Rock and Family Recess, tailor-made for teens and families.
Shop Til You Rock, a music-inspired mall tour that empowers teens to look and feel like rock stars, is back for its second year. Teens are invited to watch live performances by some of today's hottest bands, participate in exclusive activities and take advantage of special mall offers, prizes and sweepstakes, including a chance to win valuable shopping sprees and a gaming system.

Shop Til You Rock will travel to 38 GGP malls across the country from July 23 through September 10.  Visit www.ShopTilYouRock.com for a complete list of event dates, bands and play-lists and download the exclusive Shop Til You Rock iPhone app.  

About GGP

GGP is one of the nation's largest shopping center owners.  GGP has ownership and management interest in 167 regional and super regional shopping malls in 43 states. The company portfolio totals 170 million square feet of space.  A publicly-traded real estate investment trust (REIT), GGP is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol GGP.
Learn more about back to school clothing and fashion accessories.

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