Retail Means Jobs

January 17, 2012 by staff 

Retail Means Jobs, The National Retail Federation will award $25,000, $15,000 and $10,000 to the top three finishers in its upcoming “Best Retail Story in America” video contest. The contest is part of the organization’s “Retail Means Jobs” campaign aimed at raising awareness of the retail industry’s significant economic impact.

“We’re on a hunt to find the best retail stories in America – from marketing geniuses to customer service superstarsThe NRF will accept video submissions March 5-16, 2012. to small business owners, who are the fabric of every local community,” said NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay.

To participate in the contest, retail employees or business owners will submit a two-minute video sharing their retail story – highlighting how their company positively impacts shoppers or the community, their role in the creation of a new innovative product or technology, or how an initiative will generate new jobs to boost the economy.

The NRF will accept video submissions from March 5-16. After a panel of retail executives narrows the videos down to twenty, finalists will be prominently featured on and winners will be chosen based on votes. Winners will be announced during NRF’s Washington Leadership Conference in May. The first place winner will receive $25,000, second place will receive $15,000, and third place will receive $10,000.

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