ORLANDO, Fla. -- The recently formed National Association for Retail Merchandising Services, Stevens Point, Wis., will strive to set standards in an industry that is increasingly playing a bigger role at retail. Gary Ebben, former head of the National Association of Service Merchandising and now executive director of NARMS, said the standards are necessary to improve the credibility of companies that provide the labor for such in-store activities as resets, restocks, new item placement and ...

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