Don't Lose the Sale!

by Kelly Oles

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In today’s retail climate, businesses are scrambling to keep up with the ever-changing needs of customers.   Everything has evolved, from how they shop to when they shop to what they are shopping for. Nothing is quite what it was in years past.

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Let's Talk Numbers!

by Kelly Oles

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In today’s new normal, there is a need to have easy-to-see-and-read house numbers.  The surge in online ordering, food delivery and mail service has created a demand for better house identification. This, in turn, has led to a trend in DIY projects in households across America to freshen up the look of their address.

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Promote SAFE Garage Sales in 2020!

by Kelly Oles

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People still want to have their garage sales despite the pandemic so make sure you are offering them tips on how to keep it safe!  Remember that in addition to signs for the street and yard, they may also want to get caution or flagging tape, wooden stakes, balloons, cleaning supplies, markers and price stickers.

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Offering Signage to Attract Small Business to Your Business

by Angie Eder

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Signage can be used in a number of ways to convey a message.  When we think of signs, the standard "For Sale" or "No Trespassing" signs often come to mind for consumer use.

Commercial and Business Signage step it up a notch using interior and exterior signs that give a professional feel to the space . These products inform or provide directions to customers and can have a direct impact on whether consumers choose to shop at an establishment.

Having these next level items in your product assortments help increase your value to those businesses and show you are in the business of catering to their needs. In this article, we consider top reasons businesses use signage, as well as the latest trends and best practices.

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Top 11 Ways to Improve Your Hardware Showroom Display

by Ann Ross

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Retail continues to become more vibrant. Consumers respond psychologically to visual elements and merchandising displays that catch their eye, which ultimately influence them to make a purchase. 

Our brains give preference to processing sight as compared to other senses. Lawrence D. Rosenblum, an award-winning professor of psychology and author of See What I'm Saying, says that of the information our brains process, 83% of it comes through our sense of sight

Yes, you read that right.

With that in mind, in-store retail displays play a pivotal role in driving your sales. If you create displays aimed to please your customers, you've already won half the battle. 

Do you want to learn to create stellar displays that skyrocket your sales? Do you want to drive your retail growth and success this year? In this article, I'm going to share 11 actionable tips you can use to improve your hardware showroom display.

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