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Sunday, March 29, 2015 Vol. 78 No. 11


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01 |Digital Edition
02 |Front Lines
03 |The Goods
04 |The Goods Submissions


05 |Classifieds
06 |Request Product Info
07 |Young Retailer Award
08 |Article Archive
09 |BuZZ!
10 |Facebook© - Buzz Cuts
11 |Wells on Twitter
12 |Store Layout
13 |Digital Catalogs
14 |Trade Show Calendar
15 |Hard Goods Distributors
16 |Media Kit 2015
17 |Subscriptions


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March 2015 Issue

Features
What If? | Jennifer Polanz
The future is now when it comes to retail technology.

Advertising’s Game Changer | Ann-Marie Vazzano
Drive in-store traffic and engage customers through relevant and useful online and in-person content.



Consumer Buzz
Consumers Still Careful With Cash | Ann-Marie Vazzano
Gas prices are the lowest they’ve been in years, but consumers are still showing restraint with their cash, according to Nielsen.

More Millennials Than Boomers | Ann-Marie Vazzano
In 2015, 75.3 million Millennials will be living in America, according to U.S. Census population projections, and they’ll outnumber Baby Boomers (74.9 million of them) for the first time.



Columns
What Not to Wear | Amanda Thomsen
I’m here to destroy all uniforms and dress codes in a stomp of my Birkenstocked foot.

Drink Up | Ellen C. Wells
So, why aren’t we more receptive to innovations and adjustments that could potentially garner new consumers?




Profit Planet

The collective mind can come up with exciting new concepts, any one of which can strongly influence your bottom line.
The Friel World

Essen showcased trends we’ve begun to emulate here.


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