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Marketing to Millennials a Key to Business Growth
Posted 10/11/2017: In the outdoor industry, a successful selling strategy usually begins with marketing to the core audience of hunters and shooters – avid outdoor enthusiasts who are primed and ready to spend on products that will enhance their sport. See more >
Profit vs. Cash Flow: What's More Important?
Posted 10/6/2017: Retailers generally agree that profit is their single most important commodity. Without profit a business dies rather quickly. That said, of equal importance is positive cash flow. The difference between the two? Bad cash flow will close a business quicker than bad profits. See more >
Colorado's Centennial Gun Club Earns Highest NSSF Approval Rating
Posted 9/26/2017: The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®), the trade association for the firearms industry, is pleased to announce that it has awarded Colorado’s Centennial Gun Club its highest Five-Star rating for range excellence. Located in the town of Centennial, an active southeast suburb of Denver noted for being one of the safest cities in the country, Centennial Gun Club was founded in 2012 by Richard Abramson. See more >
Avoid Industry Catastrophe: Know How Much To Buy And When
Posted 9/25/2017: This NSSF Blog article titled "Avoid Industry Catastrophe: Know How Much To Buy And When" by Robbie Brown talks about profit maximization and knowing when is the right time to buy. See more >
NBS Hosts Fall Athletic Business Development Meetings
Posted 9/22/2017: NBS recently concluded a productive two days of Team Athletics Business Development Meetings from September 18-19 at the NBS Office in Fort Worth, Texas. See more >
Guidance on Ammunition That Has Been Submerged In Water
Posted 9/13/2017: Torrential rains and storms surges that can result in flooding in areas of the United States bring about several interesting questions. Is it possible to salvage ammunition that has been exposed to water? Can ammunition that has been submerged in water for a period of time be salvaged? Should one set it out and attempt to dry it? What are the potential hazards? See more >
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