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Work Wear Selling Guide

The clothing and work wear category is diverse and provides shoppers a one-stop shop for all of their home improvement needs. In Hardware Retailing‘s June 2015 issue of the magazine, editors spoke with retailers who excel in the clothing category to identify the …

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When Practical Meets Fashionable

To download a PDF of this story, click here. To download the Work Wear Selling Guide, visit hardwareretailing.com/work-wear.  Retailers Share Top Trends and Tips in Clothing and Work Wear  From farmers and fisherman to glammed-up rodeo contestants, consumers across the country are visiting home improvement …

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Shed Transformations a Rising Trend

Many homeowners use their backyard sheds as extensions of their garage, where they stash all the lawn and garden items they can’t fit anywhere else. While some use every square inch of this space, owners leave many sheds all but abandoned and in disarray. Thanks …

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Tailgating: More Popular than the Game

Tailgating has become a sport in itself, especially at big southern universities. Avid sports lovers strive to own the best and most team-colored products around to prove they are the biggest fans. Games, food and drinks are all essential to …

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5 Niches on the Rise

To view a PDF of this story, click here. Up-and-Coming Categories Catching Consumer Interest By Kate Klein, kklein@nrha.org and Sara Logel slogel@nrha.org Home improvement retailing is as competitive as it’s ever been, and successful retailers are developing strong niches and establishing themselves as resources for …

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Aging-in-Place Resources

As baby boomers and older consumers look to the future, many are searching for ways to improve their safety and quality of life without leaving their lifelong homes. The May issue of Hardware Retailing magazine takes a look at the aging-in-place …

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Aging in Place Selling Guide

As more and more baby boomers reach retirement, the older population is adapting their homes so they can live safely and independently. These design elements are not just for the elderly however, as universal design is useful for all ages. In the …

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Home for the Ages

To download a PDF of this story, click here. To download the Aging in Place Selling Guide, visit hardwareretailing.com/aging-in-place.  Popular Trends and Projects for Aging-in-Place Remodeling By Renee Changnon rchangnon@nrha.org and Sara Logel slogel@nrha.org Baby boomers currently make up more than one-fourth of the U.S. population, and every …

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