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LATEST NEWS, EVENTS & FEATURES                         October 24, 2019

Why Visual Merchandising Is Important to Customers

Visual merchandising is a fundamental concept every retailer should focus on to provide customers with the best possible shopping experience.
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October is Fire Prevention Month

Awareness is necessary followed by planning, procurement, installation, inspection and communication.
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The Holidays Officially Begin at Walmart

Beginning Oct. 25 at midnight ET, Walmart is launching holiday savings – earlier than ever – with its Early Deals Drop on Walmart.com.
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Blain’s Farm & Fleet Announces a Fifth Location in Michigan

The Walker store is slated to open in Fall 2020. This announcement comes on the heels of opening a new store in Holland, MI earlier this month.
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Granite Officially Certified as a Great Place to Work®

Granite announced its recognition as a Great Place to Work-Certified™ company by Great Place to Work®, the global authority on workplace culture.
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Snap-on to Present at Baird 2019 Global Industrial Conference

Snap-on Incorporated will present at the Robert W. Baird & Co. 2019 Global Industrial Conference on Tuesday, November 5, 2019.
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PPG Appoints Steve Pocock as Vice President, Architectural Coatings, EMEA North and East

In this expanded role, Pocock will lead PPG’s architectural coatings teams in the region, build the PPG brand assortment, drive team engagement and innovation, create increased value for customers and deliver outstanding results for our shareholders.
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6 Tips to Increase Holiday Sales

Retailers know that sales during the next three months can determine if they close out the year with a profit or loss.
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Consumers Claim 67% of Chargebacks Could Have Been Avoided

A company that uses technology to remove the complexity of payment disputes, discovered that 66.67% of consumers always contact the business before requesting a chargeback.
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