WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. -- Regional retailers are lobbying suppliers for stronger partnerships by underscoring their local expertise and staying power. These retailers are hoping to capitalize on the recent resurgence of independents and other regional chains by taking their businesses to the next level through closer links with manufacturers. "Regionals are your most exciting outlet for opportunities in the future," Neil Golub, president and chief executive officer, Golub Corp. and ...
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