Are You Prepared? 4 Tips To Pump Up Your Safety Plan

September is National Preparedness Month. Unfortunately, disasters and emergencies can happen at any time. Having plans ready to go can make a huge difference to you and your family.

By |September 14th, 2021|Categories: Safety Everywhere|Tags: , |

Is Amazing Customer Service the Name of Your Game?

Are you a retailer in the business of supplying top-notch customer experiences? You’re probably making shoppers’ lives easier by providing gift-wrapping service during the holiday season.

By |September 8th, 2021|Categories: Injury prevention, Retail Safety|Tags: , , , , , |

It Has Begun! For Retailers, This Is The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Labor Day is approaching, and after you enjoy your fun in the sun, it’s time for the final sprint to close 2021 out big. Many brick-and-mortar business owners earn most of their sales towards the end of the year, so it’s critical to be prepared. You might be open longer hours than normal, or on more days compared to the rest of the year. Here are a few things to consider as you’re putting together your plan to end 2021 with a bang!

Who’s Excited for National Dog Day?

We love our pets, and August 26th is National Dog Day! No, we don’t dress our dogs up in funny or cute costumes… they’re adorable and funny and cute all by themselves. (Though if you feel the urge and your dog won’t get you back for it later… go for it!) We may not dress them up, but we do like to have them groomed. In honor of our clients who are pet groomers, we found some interesting information about pooches and how to pretty them up.

By |August 23rd, 2021|Categories: Injury prevention, Pets|Tags: , , , , |

4 Ways The Eyes Have It!

It’s easy to take vision for granted, until something goes wrong. August is National Eye Exam Month. While visiting the eye doctor may not be your favorite thing to do during the summer (or any other time), it’s tough to navigate the modern world when your eyes aren’t working properly. We rounded up some great ideas on how to help prevent eye conditions from developing, as well as some ways to keep them healthy in between visits to the ophthalmologist.

By |August 16th, 2021|Categories: Wellness|Tags: , , , |

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