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It’s Not Enough To Snag A Potential Customer’s Attention Spicing Up Your Store With Creative Retail Ideas

A sign is everything a business needs to catch a customer’s attention…but can you keep it? Retail display fixtures are the in-between for your sign and eventual purchase. They do the very useful and very complex task of not just directing your customer around your store, but feeding them a steady stream of information to make browsing easy and purchasing even easier. When your acrylic display risers and clear price tag sleeves aren’t up to snuff, however, you could be losing even more money than you thought. Why would a consumer want to spend their time on a business that […]

4 Reasons to Donate to Veteran’s Charities

Have you ever made charitable clothing donations? It?s a lot easier to arrange a purple heart veterans pick up of your clothing donations than you might think. If you?re considering donating clothes to charity, read on about the benefits of Purple Heart veterans pick up both for you and for others> You Support Veterans and Their Families Very close to 5 five million pounds of clothing gets donated by people in the United States every year; but we still send 10.5 million to landfills. Only 15% of our clothing is getting recycled or re-used, and that?s a lot of waste […]

Over 60% Of Customers Won’t Engage With A Business If This Simple Element Is Lacking

Your sign is your first impression. What happens when you fail the test? You lose money and you lose customers, though not necessarily in that order. Markets are saturated enough without shooting yourself in the foot and nowhere is this more clear than with the function of commercial signs. They save your business money. They leave a positive first (and second) impression. They help your customers find your building in the first place. When you fail to create a smart sign presence you put your brand in the difficult position of fighting an uphill battle it’s almost guaranteed to lose. […]

The Basics of Triple Net Leasing

If you are looking for something to invest in, you may have been considering commercial leasing. There are several commercial lease types, and understanding some basics about them is an essential first step before contacting commercial real estate brokers or investing in commercial property. What is the Most Common of the Commercial Lease Types? Triple net properties, or the NNN lease, is one of the most popular for commercial leasing. A triple net lease is so called because the lessee agrees to pay three nets to the one leasing. In NNN deals, the lessee pays real estate taxes, maintenance fees, […]

Having A Tough Time Choosing Which Clothes To Get Rid Of? Try These Tips On For Size

The seasons are changing. How can you herald the new year while helping out your community? Local clothing donations are a wonderful place to start, particularly if you’re noticing some clutter in your closet and considering an early spring cleaning session. Your ill-fitting or unwanted clothes don’t have to end up in a landfill somewhere, clogging up the environment and contributing to worse air quality. They can instead by recycled back into the economy or sent to any number of non-profit organizations to stimulate job growth and just offer people an affordable means of buying clothes. How do you know […]

Declining Student Numbers? Consider These Unique Ideas

Student enrollment is crucial for obtaining the funds needed to assist the school in succeeding. Most states get their funding based on the number of students that regularly attend. This means that maintaining student counts is important. There are just a few of the unique ways to increase student enrollment. Focus on exceptional academics It can be difficult to find the right balance of academics. Most schools do not have the funds available to upgrade their academics and will not have the funds until student enrollment numbers increase. Yet, they cannot increase student counts because they do not have a […]

Learn More About Labor Racketeering

Through television, many Americans have learned about the criminal justice system. It has been reported that more people learned about their Miranda Rights from the show, “Law and Order” than from any other source. Other areas of law have received less attention. Areas such as intellectual property law, employment law, and environmental law do not get the same treatment. Many people have heard the term “labor racketeering” but do not really understand what it is. The National Criminal Justice Reference System has released a report on this very topic. They published “

Quick Facts About Induction Heating

Are you a manufacturing or process engineer looking for information on induction heating? If so, you are not alone. The subject of induction heating is vast and ever changing. There is more to know every day. From annealing copper to brazing aluminum, the processes are complex but absolutely necessary to the manufacturing of metallic materials. Below are a few things to know about the process as well as two of the most common uses of induction heating: 1. Induction Heating Quick Facts – Induction heating has been used in the manufacturing industry since the 190s. The two main methods of […]

Direct Mail More Effective Than Internet Advertising

Advertising. Just the word conjures up white males in a room thinking of new ways to entice the public to buy a product. Or maybe that’s just Mad Men. Either way, advertising is seen, in some circles, as a dubious practice in which statistics are made up to convince the public to buy a product. But it is more than that. Much more. It is a discipline derived from statistics. And there’s creativity with it as well. An advertiser can know all the numbers, all the data, but they might struggle without creativity to put it all in the right […]