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Amanda Bell

Amanda Bell was an assistant editor of Hardware Retailing and NRHA. Amanda regularly visited with home improvement retailers across the country and attended industry events and seminars. She earned a degree in magazine journalism from Ball State University and has received honors for her work for Hardware Retailing from the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals.

Home Depot Opens Direct Fulfillment Center

Home Depot announced today the opening of its new direct fulfillment center in Locust Grove, Ga., a suburb of Atlanta. It is the first of three new DFCs the company will open across the U.S. over the next two years, …

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Reliable Distributors 2014 Annual Conference Announced

Reliable Distributors will hold its annual Management & Marketing Conference, March 27-29, 2014 in Orlando, Fla. The theme for 2014 is “Living in America!” and will showcase Reliable manufacturers and distributors from across the country. Along with one-on-one private meetings between …

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Cleaning Wipes

Tub O’Towels have twice the cleaning surface of typical wipes, while their fiber-weave design efficiently removes dirt and grime. Saturated with a powerful cleaning solution, Tub O’Towels remove grease, oil, tar, permanent marker, ink, paint, caulk and silicone from a …

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The Little Big Shot® Super Nozzle is precision-crafted in the USA and made from solid brass. It delivers more force with less water and will not leak. With ‘Continuous Adjustability’, water output ranges from a powerful sweep to a pin-point stream. …

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Insect Killer Concentrate

EcoSMART® Organic™ Insecticide Organic Insect Killer Concentrate for Lawns & Landscapes kills and repels more than 100 pests and can be used on lawns, around home perimeters, ornamentals, trees and shrubs with an environmentally safe, non-toxic formula. It treats up to …

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NRF Forecasts Increase in Retail Sales for 2014

The National Retail Federation released its 2014 economic forecast, projecting retail industry sales—which include auto parts and accessories stores, non-store categories, discounters, department stores, grocery stores and specialty stores, and exclude automotive dealers, gas stations and restaurants—will increase 4.1 percent, …

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