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With Mother's Day just around the corner, stores and shops across the country are going to be looking for ways to lure people into their stores looking for just the right gift for their mom. There's always a boom of quick sales and impulse buys around this time, and with the right advertising, you can move a lot mid-May.
If you're in the convenience store business, things are looking up in 2013! After a tepid 2012, forecasts are calling for an upswing in food purchases, with lower-end establishments such as fast food and convenience stores among the biggest predicted winners. More people have the money for convenience food today, and they're going to be spending it.
When a potential customer is passing by your convenience store, they're going to be making a lot of quick judgments about your store before deciding whether it's the one they walk into. Customers are judging Elements like its cleanliness, use of space, and general state of repair to try to tell what awaits them inside.
As an owner of a convenience store you have product to sell and you want customers to know about it – but how?
A lot of radio stations often run pretty close to the margins, in terms of keeping enough revenue coming in to keep broadcasting. It's a rough time for the radio industry at the moment, and smaller stations need every edge they can get to get those ad impressions.
For nearly twenty years, the Betabrite Sign has been one of the mainstays of digital LED signage. You've undoubtedly seen this classic in convenience stores, restaurants, hair salons, bars, or any number of other venues. Its combination of low operating costs and high versatility has made it a mainstay of small business messaging.
I probably don't need to tell you how important light is to a church. Light, of course, is a powerful metaphor – that's the reason all churches have tended to try to add more illumination to their proceedings. Starting with the move from dark and cramped gothic cathedrals to the airy and spacious churches of the Renaissance, and continuing with ever more impressive uses of stained glass to catch the sunlight... a bright church is a welcoming church.
Outreach is one of the most important aspects of running a successful school. A school isn't just someplace that students get dumped for 8 hours a day; it's a community. It's a meeting-point. It's one of the centers of activity in your community. Whether you're trying to get people to come to the big game, or merely trying to advise students of a weather delay, you need effective communication systems.
These days, one of the keys to having a successful business is getting the most bang for your buck. From the smallest one-man shop to the largest multi-national, we're all looking to get the most return from our business investments. In an uncertain economy, that's the best way to get ahead.