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What to Look For in a Community Partnership

What to Look For in a Community Partnership

Partnerships between community organizations and retail businesses can propel good causes that benefit nearby citizens and link communities together in even stronger bonds. However, they don’t come without risk. Retailers should always be evaluating potential partners for events, fundraisers, business ventures or sponsorship opportunities.

For a hardware retailer interested in teaming up with other businesses or organizations in hopes of bettering their communities, and yes, their business goals, here are some things to look for.

Click the image above to download a PDF of the checklist.

About Chad Husted

Chad Husted
Chad is an assistant editor for Hardware Retailing magazine. A Purdue University graduate, Chad has covered sports and news at the high school, college and Olympic levels as a sports writer, editor and designer for multiple newspapers. Prior to joining the NRHA, he was the sports editor for the Herald Journal in Monticello, Indiana, and a designer and copy editor for the AIM Media Indiana group in Columbus, Indiana. When not cultivating his beard, he enjoys backpacking, cooking, traveling and watching too much sports and Netflix.