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News & Press

Mrs. G Appliances is proud to share a few magazine and newspaper articles written about the business and our partnership with local charities.

Career Classroom: On the job, high school students get more than vocational, technical training
Article from ROI NJ

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Mrs. G Appliances Featured On Family Business World TV

Mrs. G Turns Appliances Into Artwork
Article from Independent We Stand

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Mrs. G Still Blooming In The Garden State
Article by Alan Wolf - TWICE

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AP - Home Sales Dip Gives Renovators, Appliance Sellers a Boost
Article by Joyce M. Rosenberg, AP Business Writer
Mrs. G Owner, Debbie Schaeffer was featured in this AP article.

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STORES - Front And Centered - Debbie Schaeffer
Interview with Mrs. G Owner, Debbie Schaeffer for STORES - NRF's Magazine

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Dealerscope 2016 Powerful Women In Consumer Technology

Debbie Schaeffer, Chief Customer Officer of Mrs. G was recently named a Dealerscop 2016 Most Powerful Woman in Consumer Technology. The program is designed to recognize game-changing women in the industry who are effective, mentoring, natural leaders among their peers and among thos who work with them. Debbie was chosen in the retail category. Below is an excerpt. You can view the entire Dealerscope 2016 Powerful Women In Consumer Technology here.

July 26, 2016

NJ Retail Merchants Association:

John Holub (609)393-8006

National Retail Federation:
Treacy Reynolds (603)327-7215

New Jersey Small Businesses Featured in National Campaign

Trenton, N.J., July 26, 2016 - Retailers from across New Jersey are highlighted in a National Retail Federation videos series, launched today. The campaign highlights the retail industry's economic impact in New Jersey, as part of NRF's Retail Across America series. NRF's film crews conducted interviews with six New Jersey retailers in the state to launch this national campaign.

"In New Jersey, we captured some of the industry's most inspiring and powerful retail stories from hardworking and dedicated retail business owners," NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay said. "We want to create a testament to New Jersey's retail impact and highlight innovative companies that demonstrate the versatility and diversity of the industry and contribute to their communities every day."

"New Jersey is so unique and when it comes to retail-you name it and you can find it here in New Jersey," New Jersey Retail Merchants Association President John Holub said. "These videos highlight one of the most important industries in the Garden State and recognize how New Jersey retailers are dynamic and constantly evolving."

The New Jersey Retail Merchants Association joined NRF in creating three videos to depict New Jersey's local retailers and their impact in the state:

● Retail Across America: New Jersey - Toys "R" US CEO Dave Brandon, Assembly Majority Leader for the New Jersey General Assembly Lou Greenwald, small business owner Kerri Martin and the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association President John Holub discuss how retail impacts New Jersey's economy and its communities.

● Retail Gives Back - It's in the New Jersey retailers' DNA to give back to the communities they serve. Take a look inside Burlington's Warm Coats and Warm Hearts Coat Drive, Second Life Bike's Earn a Bike Give a Bike program and Toys "R" Us' World Wish Day to see this trait in action.

Small Business Spotlight: New Jersey - Princeton Record Exchange owner Jon Lambert, The Farmhouse Store owners Kristen and Ron Menapace, and Mrs. G owner Debbie Schaeffer explain the rewards of owning a small business and their close relationship with the New Jersey Community.

According to NRF's Retail's Impact study, retail supports more than 1.1 million jobs in New Jersey. Retail also contributes to more than $76 billion of the state's economy. New Jersey is the second state to be featured in NRF's Retail Across America campaign in 2016 and the 18th since the campaign began in 2014.

NRF is the world's largest retail trade association, representing discount and department stores, home goods and specialty stores, Main Street merchants, grocers, wholesalers, chain restaurants and Internet retailers from the United States and more than 45 countries. Retail is the nation's largest private sector employer, supporting one in four U.S. jobs - 42 million working Americans. Contributing $2.6 trillion to annual GDP, retail is a daily barometer for the nation's economy. NRF's This is Retail campaign highlights the industry's opportunities for life-long careers, how retailers strengthen communities, and the critical role that retail plays in driving innovation.

'Taste of the Market' gives samples of the grill life
Article by Erica Chayes Wide - The Sun

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