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A unique partnership between The Outreach Center and Bargain Basement Home Center is helping lower income families in the Morganton, NC, area find new appliances at affordable price points.
How did COVID impact the home appliance business during the first half? The answer to that could depend on who you ask, but there are enough headwinds and tailwinds to go around.
How Pay-Less Furniture & Appliances leveraged Nationwide Digital Rewards to hit record sales in just four weeks
Recent stay-at-home orders have forced a major change in consumers’ daily lives, but the outcome of all this quarantine time could be a big boost to the Outdoor category.
The path to these higher margins in consumer electronics begins with a sales strategy – not unlike other categories you may sell. Learn how F.O.C.U.S. could be the key to your success.
Recruitment may mean different things to different people, but recruitment is the overall process of attracting, identifying and selecting suitable candidates for jobs within your organization.
After more than two months with their doors closed, Mattress Hub is preparing to — safely and smartly — welcome customers back into their stores. Owner Ryan Baty explains what that process has been like.
Increasing your retail foot traffic starts with maximizing every opportunity — from you rstore’s website to the front door.
A look at some of the major benefits of a Private Label Credit Card (PLCC) versus your standard VISA/MC/AMEX transactions.
With independent retailers asking a lot of questions about the implementation of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), we turned to an employment attorney for help answering some of the most commonly asked ones.
Nationwide Marketing Group recently connected with Matthew Shay, president and CEO of NRF, to discuss their response to the coronavirus pandemic and more.
As the application process opens for the Paycheck Protection Program through the U.S. SBA, scammers hope to take advantage of unsuspecting small business owners. Here are some warning signs that the email you received is a fake.
The Paycheck Protection Program provides small businesses with funds to pay up to 8 weeks of payroll costs including benefits. Funds can also be used to pay interest on mortgages, rent, and utilities.
With millions of Americans suddenly having to adjust to working from home, here are four realistic things small business owners can do to help employees — and themselves — make the most of this situation.
With the CARES Act signed into law, small business owners will have access to some $377 billion in emergency grants, forgivable loans and more.
Nationwide Marketing Group has undertaken several advocacy initiatives on behalf of members at the state level. This blog contains templates and resources for members to participate in those efforts as well.
The latest coronavirus updates on areas where known restrictions are in place and information for state and local authorities are available.
The recently-passed Phase 2 Coronavirus relief bill centers around providing paid emergency leave for employees. Here’s what it means for independet retail.
Nationwide Marketing Group is actively collecting and updating this coronavirus live blog with the latest resources for independent retail business owners.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is spreading rapidly throughout the United States forcing local governments to make some difficult decisions on keeping schools and businesses open. Here’s what you can do to prepare your retail location in its response to this outbreak.
The High Point Market Authority announced plans to postpone its Sprine 2020 Market, scheduled for April 25-29, over concerns of the rapidly-evolving situation with COVID-19.
A look back at some of the key figures and data that came out of Nationwide Marketing Group’s February 2020 PrimeTime show in Houston.
With the rampant spreading of the coronavirus across the U.S., organizations and businesses from coast to coast have been forced to decide if they should delay their trade shows or canceling them altogether.