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   Posted 1/5/2018 9:14 AM (GMT -6)   
Aggressive marketing puts Tops on top of rivalry
HANOVER, N.J. -- Situated somewhere on the cusp of an electronic superstore and a difficult outlines wholesale club, Tops Appliance City, situated here, has been racking up per-store and per-square-foot sales amounts which are the envy of the reduction market.

Even though a third 54,000-square-foot shop opened this spring, this past year both first stores (each approximately 50,000 square feet) accounted for over $150 million in sales each. In contrast, a superpower such as Price Club averages less than $100 million each 100,000-square-foot unit.
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Based on Harrel Silverstein, executive vice president of sales and advertising, sales (roughly $320 million final year) are holding their own this season, despite a significantly poorer air conditioning market. Other product regions have picked up the idle summer time, Silverstein noted. Component audio gear was "coming back strong," he stated, and the organization's entry in the burgeoning home office market was "successful up to now." Furthermore, sales of big screen televisions are increasing steadily.
Though a considerable part of the organization's earnings derive from local builders--that buy ranges, refrigerators and other appliances for brand new home--customer sales have been soaring, in part as a result of Tops' saturation advertisements in New York subway papers. The advertisements, which contain "Topsy," a cartoon logo, anxiety cost and choice, and normally consist of rock-bottom costs on demonstration pieces.

The advertising is usually timely and tied to current events. For example, ads throughout the introduction of the film "Batman" featured Topsy dressed in a Batman outfit, topping the motto "Do not get ripped off" Store workers wore T-shirts having a version of another advertisement that local papers considered too hot to handle "Tops Humiliates the Contest"

A great deal of Tops' company comes from appliance sales, where the provider features as dominant an option as anybody, such as Sears.

Delivery truck drivers are equipped with mobile phones, and may call clients at work an hour prior to shipping, providing them the time to get house without missing an entire day of work.

Additionally, when appliances have been installed, the older, disconnected ones have been eliminated at no charge in the time of shipping.

"Appliance shoppers are extremely brand-conscious," he explained. "If they need a Whirlpool refrigerator, then we've got an entire row of these in ascending order in size and attributes."

Choice is so profound that Tops even has not just one but 2 distinct wringer washers, products which are almost inaccessible everywhere.

Appliances in the brand new prototype in Hanover have been at the back of the shop, to draw clients through other merchandise regions, said Silverstein. The company merchandises seasonal and unique purchases (which it calls "plunder") in the entry to pick up impulse sales.

Small electric appliances, such as hair dryers and crockpots, will also be front, running across the front windows, resulting in an enclosed sound department made to resemble a jukebox. Indoors, the business sells a complete choice of rack systems, part audio, car stereos, speakers and upscale streamlined systems.

Low-fi gear (boom-boxes, personal stereos, clock radios) is outside the hi-fi space, as is house office equipment such as fax machines, and mobile and cordless telephones.

"I am not positive whether that is the ideal location for our home office goods," Silverstein said. Thus, Tops is rethinking that the place. Fax and mobile phones have been performing "outstanding company," he stated, and will most likely be enlarged. Tops supplies a mobile telephone with antenna for $197, entirely equipped.

TVs take up nearly all of the ideal hand side of this shop, with over 250 distinct collections merchandised, such as 40 large display and projection units. TVs are exhibited by size, then by manufacturer and attribute. For example, all 19-inch versions are on a single long term, with 20-inch models inhabiting a nearby wall.
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"People are moving into larger displays," he explained. "Our very best increases have been in 27-inch and 30-inch displays, as well as bigger versions are selling." Free delivery is provided on places 27 inches and over, as clients can scarcely fit those into a vehicle.

A huge video wall near the peak of a central sidewalk brings attention to the section, where clients will find everything from an entry level VCR into Canon's new Xap-Shot nevertheless video camera ($999).

Tops offers 75 distinct camcorders, all exhibited "reside," linked to TV monitors. Each may be taken out from safety fittings by salespeople for potential buyers to test them out. "It is doing really nicely, and accounts for approximately a third of our camera company," he discovered.

Although company was down from this past year, when New York sweltered during the summer months in years, it has turned into a powerful small business. "It is one of those fantastic take-with-you goods in our shops," Silverstein said. The shop's 12,000-square-foot attached warehouse has been filled to the rafters with air conditioners.

Coaching is a vital part of Tops' company, '' he explained. "We've got coaches on-site in each shop," Silverstein said. All flooring employees are updated frequently on new goods, new features and sales methods. Manufacturer repetitions often conduct seminars on whole product lines.

"We can do anything is required to generate a sale," Silverstein said. "Our employees are educated to keep a customer coming back. Should you get rid of a client on a single sale, you might not ever find him again. But should you make him joyful on, say, a VCR, if he desires a fridge, he will think about Tops first" Finally, Silverstein said, Tops will create cash, even when the first sale has little if any gain.

For the price-conscious, Tops purges its earnings floor frequently, selling demonstration merchandise at or below cost. "If they are not fussy, they could get some real bargains," he explained.
While Tops sells a complete choice of blank audio tapes, videotapes, storage containers and other goods, it doesn't sell prerecorded audio or movie. "Either we are at a company all of the way or we are from it, and we determined that the investment in applications has been simply a great deal," Silverstein said.
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Tops offers onsite service for many "walk-in" goods, together with trained technicians readily available without a consultation. "First and foremost we need our clients happy with everything they purchased from us. If they are not, we will make great," Silverstein said.

Tops' fourth socket, yet another 54,000-square-foot place, will start next spring in southern New Jersey.

Post Edited (Adrienne Owens) : 2/14/2018 8:40:40 PM (GMT-7)

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   Posted 1/5/2018 12:30 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Adrienne & welcome to Healing Well. I totally understand the scared feeling. However, you will need proper testing to determine if this is in fact cancer or not. Finding a lump does not mean cancer. Get in with your regular dr & he/she can order say a mammogram & possible ultrasound. Depending on the results of the test will determine if a biopsy is needed.

In my 40's my mammo came back abnormal, they were not sure if it was cysts or what it was. As it turned out with further testing I had several calcifications to show up. I was monitored for a couple of years & then just normal routine stuff & never needed a biopsy. Was I scared, you bet I was thats normal.

Take care.
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