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Baby Speciality Stores

baby speciality stores

    speciality stores
  • stores which tend to concentrate on one clearly defined product area, focusing on depth of range.

  • the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"

  • A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born

  • A young or newly born animal

  • pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"

  • The youngest member of a family or group

  • a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"

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Speciality Shop Retailing: How to Run Your Own Store (National Retail Federation Series)

Speciality Shop Retailing: How to Run Your Own Store (National Retail Federation Series)

This text guides the reader through all the steps of setting up, starting and developing a small retail shop. The author explains how to find the right niche for your business, ideas for new retailers, determining which products to sell, and how to develop a realistic business plan. She outlines how to maintain records, how to manage inventory, and the best way to display merchandise. She also discusses how to make the most of your advertising budget. The book covers topics from choosing a location, store design to staffing the shop and advertising and promotion. It offers ideas and guidance to the beginning entrepreneur as well as an outlook for existing retailers.

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Regardless if your considering your 1st Tattoo , luvin' your latest or sportin' a seasoned piece , post healing sun protection is a must in order to keep your Tattoo looking its best for life... its almost never too late to start good protective habits!

All, and I mean ALL Tattoo pigments (ink) WILL fade due to sun exposure! (tanning beds are just as brutal on a Tattoo!!) , Color , B&G or BlackWork are all subject to the ravages of sun exposure , and if a potential Artist tells you His or Her ink won't fade my best advice to you is find the nearest exit & be on your way , I can't stand a damn liar & refuse to let such a sack-o-crapp do my Tatt !

Pigments , the base of any color or tone ,will fade from exposure to UV Rays and in a Tattoo fading is a real kick in the butt , no matter how well its applied ,the skill or talent of the Artist after healing its up-to YOU to protect it FOR LIFE ...many clients have a problem with placing the blame for a dull or weak looking Tattoo on the Artist & often enough (not always! ,but more often than not) it's the client that was a slacker in His or Her duty's to maintain the piece , it only takes a few trips into the sun or tanning bed to begin the fading & the only fix for that is to go under the needle again & I would rather take such adventures in an Artist's chair to get another Tattoo rather than redo whats already been done... but that's just me.
~As in any piece of Art , be it a painting , fresco , tapestry and so on safeguarding the work from damage is a ongoing task ..Tattoos are no different~

AFTER proper healing ,protecting your Tattoo(s) will be necessary for as long as you desire it to look the best , not a big deal, but its a ongoing need & by simply applying a good sunblock ANY & ALL times sun exposure is possible you can protect your ink... a Tattoo is yours for the rest of your life & protecting it is a life long responsibility.
Sunscreen is not sunblock , anything less than a SPF of 45 is an utter waste of time & will only -slightly- offer protection ,the smaller the SPF number the less it helps.

The absolute best protection I have found is a total sunblock & a product called "Zinc Oxide" (available at your local pharmacy or other shopping centers) ,yea yea I know its a diaper rash medication but its usefulness for protection is outstanding and is my best suggestion & ought be applied to the Tattooed area of the skin 15+ minutes prior to venturing out into the sun or cookin your hyde in a tanning bed ,its a ointment ,generally white in color but an assortment of similar products in assorted colors are available if you prefer. (doubtful your pharmacy will carry that but often surf-shops & other specialty stores have such pretty products)
...I will use "Panama Jack's SURF 'N SPORT SPF 75 Sunblock Lotion" or a similar product if Zinc Oxide is not available.
{for those with sensitive skin Baby or Infant Sunscreen or Sunblock products are available & are generally hypoallergenic ,water resistant & moisturizing to the skin , but keep a minimum SPF of 45 in mind ..the higher the SPF the better!}

!! -if you time in the sun exceeds 4+ hour's I would suggest a booster like a spray-on sunscreen is rather useful & a quick fix , I personally use "Coppertone's ultraGUARD SPF 50" ,but a similar product is acceptable- !!
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Many clients &/or fellow Artist have told me they never heard &/or thought of such protective measures but I assure you its worth it I personally have Tattoos that were done 10 , 15 & 20 years ago & guarantee they look bolder & brighter now due to my consistent use of "Zinc Oxide" than they would if I had not.
Weather riden' ,doing yardwork ,poolside ,at the beach on vacation or out -N- about protecting my Tatt's is worth it & when asked I gladly enplane ~or~ for fun I have often looked at people that just gawk & in a stern & miffed tone say;
"WHAT !! ..I'm a fuhhkin leper! , they don't exile us to islands or ban us from the general public anymore , keep staren' & I'll toss a finger at ya!!!" (as I grab my finger)
HaHaaHaaaah ! ..then smile & explane (LOL!)
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It's your Tattoo & upto you to take the simple steps to preserve the efforts of your Artist & keep your Epidermal Art looking its best...
I tell all my Clients;




Fort Worth, Texas, where the west begins, and the east continues:

Pier 1 Imports started as a single store in San Mateo, California in 1962. Our first customers were post-World War II baby boomers looking for beanbag chairs, love beads and incense. Pier 1 has carried a wide selection of merchandise through the years, from chocolate covered ants to clothing lines to life-size Spanish suits of armor.

Pier 1 established its corporate headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas in 1966. By then, there were 16 store locations with a merchandise mix of incense and other popular novelty items of the time.

fun, sensory shopping experience that customers had long identified with the eclectic specialty store. We signed Kirstie Alley as our spokesperson for the campaign, marking the first time that we had employed a celebrity spokesperson.

A tornado swept through Fort Worth in March of 2000 destroying several buildings located in the downtown area, including the Calvary Cathedral. Pier i signed an agreement for Pier 1 to purchase the site for their new corporate headquarters. Plans were later unveiled for a 20-story building that was completed in fall 2004.

Pier 1 celebrated its 40-year history of retailing in 2002. With the mantra “From Hippie to Hip” Pier 1 featured year-long special promotions and merchandise to honor the occasion.

In 2003, Pier 1 opened its 1,000th North American store - the largest store yet - in Summerlin, Nevada, just outside of Las Vegas.

In 2004, the corporate offices moved into its new building, which included associate amenities such as a fitness center, a walking trail, an on-site cafe, a conference center and a state-of-the-art training center for Pier 1's information systems department. The 460,000-square foot, 20-story building is located on over 14 acres of land on the outskirts of downtown Fort Worth. It is considered to be one of the first key developments of the city's proposed Trinity Riverfront Project, a landmark improvement project in Fort Worth.

baby speciality stores

baby speciality stores

Specialty Shop Retailing: Everything You Need to Know to Run Your Own Store

Unlike other books on retailing, Specialty Shop Retailingis aimed at the reader who has a dream of opening a store, but little background in this type of business. The book takes into account the fact that their motivation is often not primarily monetary, but rather the intangible benefits of creating your own business and working with people and products that you love. This new and improved 3rd edition includes material about selling on the Internet, including eBay storefronts; online marketing and customer service improvements; and changes in the retailing field, such as competing with big box retailers and the demise of the sales rep system.

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