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A Blueprint for Success
by Jenn Bergin

Merion Art & Repro is located in the Philadelphia suburb of Ardmore, where a collection of neighborhoods (including Merion) border the city’s historic “Main Line” – a commuter route into center city. Chain and specialty retail shops, restaurants and universities surround the area. Read More


There’s never been a better time to sell creative art and craft products for children. There are three big reasons why. Read More


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Shoppers Look for Sales and Treat Themselves
Fall 2008
If you want to bring in holiday shoppers, get the word out about your current sales and promotions. According to the National Retail Federation’s 2008 Holiday Consumer Intentions and Actions Survey, conducted by BIGresearch, 40 percent of consumers say that sales or promotions will determine where ... [click here to read more]


Highlights
Art Materials World 2015

At its show this spring, NAMTA will unveil important research/survey data collected from artists and art materials retailers from across the U.S. and Canada. Results from the survey of more than 6,000 artists will be presented in Denver, while results from the retailer survey – still being compiled – will roll out later this year. Read More





The 2015 Fabulous Award Finalists
Art Materials Retailer is pleased to announce the finalists in its annual Fabulous Awards program. The awards recognize bestsellers and customer favorites recommended to us in 2014 by retailers from around the world. YOU pick the winners – the top three and seven honorable mentions. Cast your vote by visiting our Facebook page and “liking” your 10 favorites. You can also cast your ballot at NAMTA’s show in Denver, at the Art Materials Retailer booth #120.
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Perspective
by Kevin Fahy


Breaking the Code
I grew up in a small town in Western New York during the 1950s and ’60s. There were around 2,000 residents, and not one was openly gay. There were no African-Americans, either. Or Hispanics. Or Jews.
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