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2016 Annual Report
NRF’s 2016 annual report highlights the important work that NRF did on behalf of retailers throughout the year. From leading the conversation on new overtime regulations to bringing together the industry’s brightest minds to awarding more than $1.6 million in scholarships, it was another great year for NRF and our members.
2015 Annual Report
The 2015 annual report provides an overview of NRF's accomplishments on the issues that matter most to retailers across the country. From the passage of Trade Promotion Authority to the launch of the new Retail Research and Analysis Center to the nearly $1.2 million raised at the NRF Foundation's inaugural gala, 2015 was a year of firsts and unprecedented growth in the way we add value for our members.
2014 Annual Report
The NRF annual report offers a look back at the accomplishments we made on behalf of the retail industry in 2014. From progress made on a number of key policy issues to expanding our storytelling efforts with the "Retail Across America" road trip and Retail Jobs Week and our highly regarded educational events and research, NRF demonstrated once again its invaluable role in advancing the interests of the retail industry.
2013 Annual Report
NRF’s annual report offers a snapshot of 2013’s successes – and lays the groundwork for many of the challenges and opportunities in 2014. The report examines NRF's leading role in conversations on the economy, public policy, small business, research and careers. Explore our year with highlights from campaigns and events in the United States and around the world.
2012 Annual Report
Our 2012 Annual Report covers NRF's campaigns for smarter health care changes, sales tax fairness and advocating for retailers on swipe fees; telling the industry’s story on Capitol Hill and thought leadership in national and international media; as well as a glimpse into 2012 events, such as Retail's BIG Show and the Shop.org Summit.
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