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67: Digital Price Tags Have Changed the Retail Game for Billman’s

Written by Rob Stott

April 27, 2021

The switch to digital price tags was a few years in the making for Cut Bank, Montana-based Billman’s Inc. But now that they’ve made the switch, co-owner Jeff Billman says they’ll never go back to paper tags. The benefits, he says, well beyond the time saved having to rip and replace labels.

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