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  Apple just showed off their new IPhones and their new Apple Watch. I’ll admit, I’m a bit of a techie, so I tuned into the live blog for the updates. If you’re not an electronics retailer, you...Read more

Preparing For Christmas: How To Unclutter Your Retail Store

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