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Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) May 06, 2014
Representatives with Dress Code Clothing announced today that it has officially launched its blog, which empowers readers with exclusive music product reviews, industry trends, music groups and band merchandise, band knowledge and how-to information.
Were really excited about the launch of our blog, said Mufaddal Dawoodbhoy, spokesperson for Dress Code Clothing.
Dress Code Clothing sells T-shirts, jeans, shoes and accessories that are music, street wear or entertainment inspired.
Brands include: Dr Who (dresscodeclothing.com/Dr-Who), Converse, Vans, HUF (dresscodeclothing.com/brand/HUF), Rebel8, Famous Stars and Straps, 10 Deep, Brixton, Volcom and Nixon +++. Bands and artists include Avenged Sevenfold, Metallica, Megadeth, Slipknot and Five Finger Death Punch.
When it comes the Dress Code Clothings newly launched blog, Dawoodbhoy pointed out that visitors will be treated to recent blog posts, such as: Trends for Spring and Summer 2014; Top Five Clearance Items for 10 Deep Right Now: Big Guava Music Festival; Cage The Elephant 2014 Tour Show in Tuscan; KFMA Day 2014 and more.
Dress Code Clothings blog is the latest of recent additions it has implemented on its website.
The company, which was awarded Best of Tucson in 2012, and listed as a top tier account for Converse, Vans, HUF, Jansport and many other brands to carry exclusive products, Dawoodbhoy noted that the blog will go hand-in-hand with its newly revamped rewards program, where when customers first sign up, they will start earning points right away.
Fifteen percent of the subtotal of all the non-sale items will automatically be converted into points for customers to use on their next purchase.
On customers second qualifying purchase, they will earn 20 percent in points. On the third, 25 percent; the fifth, 30 percent; the 10th time, 35 percent.
Our blog allows us to empower those who visit out site and thats one of the things we strive to do as a company: Empower others with our T-shirts and other merchandise, Dawoodbhoy stressed, before adding, We have one of the largest selections of T-shirts on the Internet. We invite everyone to checkout our website, browse through our merchandise, and also take a peak at our new blog. I promise youll like what you see and read.
For more information, please visit: http://www.dresscodeclothing.com/blog/.
About Dress Code Clothing
Dresscodeclothing.com started in the summer of 2006 as a small music enthusiast T-shirt shop in Tucson Arizona. Our goal is to carry the latest, hottest, and freshest threads on the planet.
Dress Code is located in Tucson, AZ at 2636 E Broadway Blvd.
Our retail showroom is more than 5000 sq feet and displays all thousands of graphic T-shirts, shoes, watches, sunglasses, jackets plus everything you need to look fly. We ship mostly everything sold on our website from here too, from our massive warehouse located just behind our store.
Dress Code Clothing
2636 E Broadway Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85716
Phone: (520) 325-0186
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Major European retailers expanding operations into lucrative Indian consumer market over next 24 months says law and marketing guru Ardi Kolah
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(PRWEB UK) 30 December 2013
The Economic Times recently reported that British supermarket chain Tesco is the first international retailer to apply to open multi-brand stores across India and currently the Indian Government is also examining a raft of other applications for single-brand stores from major European high street retailers such as H&M and IKEA.
Taken together, these moves by European multiples could radically change the way Indian consumers will shop for everyday groceries, clothes, household, entertainment and electronic products in the future.
Many of these brands owners are struggling to maintain market share in their home markets but are attracted by the opportunities that Indian consumers present and have been waiting for the moment to make such a move. With the announcement in the relaxation in FDI, multi-brand and single-brand retail environments are set to become commonplace in India by 2016.
For example, Tesco is seeking approval to invest $ 110m in partnership with a Tata subsidiary by taking a 50% stake in Trent Hypermarkets, which in turn operates Star Bazaar stores in the states of Maharashtra and Karnataka.
The Indian Government hopes these moves will encourage a surge in direct investment into the Indian economy that will boost Indias GDP and create jobs in the cities for thousands of workers.
Anand Sharma, Indias Commerce and Industry Minister, has pledged to fast-track the clearance process of applications for retailers such as Tesco, promising it will be an expeditious approval.” Single-brand retail stores such as Swedish home store IKEA and youth fashion retailer H&M have also moved quickly to take advantage of a similar easing of FDI restrictions which raised permitted foreign investment levels from 51% to 100%.
According to The Economic Times, there are currently 17-single brand retail proposals under consideration and more are expected throughout 2014.
“The rush of single-brand proposals is a very positive signal in terms of investment climate in the country. The initial apprehensions about the policy seem to be waning,” observes Akash Gupt, an executive director with PwC in India.
In 2013, H&M received approval to open 50 stores across the country with a planned investment of Rs700 crore and IKEA received approval for its plan to set up stores across India with an investment of Rs10,500 crore, the largest single-brand retail proposal by value in India to date.
One consequence of this move is that the India Government will be under increasing pressure to tighten up the laws on sales and marketing of products to Indian consumers as Western brand owners also import practices that seek to penetrate personal information such as purchasing habits in order to drive sales of products and services.
Note to editors:
Ardi Kolah with Professor Rajesh Babu and Professor Suren Sista at the Indian Institute of Management Calcutta are currently working on a new book on sales and marketing laws in India, to be published in 2014.
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