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ASA will host “Breaking the cycle of showrooming” with a breakfast event at KBIS.
The emphasis on technology making our lives easier started with the convenience of the pay-at-the-pump credit-card service. Little did I expect that the timesaver of not having to walk into the store clerk‘s line to pay for gas (imagine the impulse purchasing revenue they’ve lost) would be overshadowed by cellphones and Internet technology that would change our lives!
I just finished reading the synopsis of a book entitled “The 1% Windfall” by Rafi Mohammed. I strongly recommend you read it. It reminded me once again that the average gross margin on sales for plumbing wholesaler showrooms is lower than it should be.
F.W. Webb recently hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new 65,000-sq.-ft. facility in the Springfield (Mass.) Smith & Wesson Industrial Park.
Jefferson City, Mo.-based Riback/DKB was slated to complete its new 22,000-sq.-ft. facility at the end of September.
M. Cooper Supply revitalizes its showroom with space that fits its customer base.
Lauren Regan appreciates knowing exactly where she will be enjoying dinner on Thursday nights. That is if the Southampton, N.Y., weather plays nice.
When my wife, Carol, and I started The Plumbery some 30 years ago we built a business plan that was not dissimilar to what I’m about to describe.
Michelle Henderson’s business card may read: Banner Plumbing Supply Showroom Manager. It just as well could read: Curator.