Retail Across America: New Hampshire
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New Hampshire retailers are passionate about what they do and the people they serve, but the impact extends beyond the products they sell. In this video, hear from the New Hampshire Retail Association’s Nancy Kyle, Top Furniture’s Donna Goodrich, Granite State Candy Shoppe’s Jeffrey Bart and Scott and Brad Benson of Benson Lumber and Hardware as they talk about the importance of retail across the state.
In New Hampshire, retail supports almost 220,000 jobs and contributes more than $12 billion to the state’s economy.
NRF and the New Hampshire Retail Association visited retailers in Littleton, Gorham, Moultonborough, Gilsum, Concord and Londonderry during the Retail Across America road trip.
Check out more videos from this series, featuring companies like Badger Balm, Lahout’s Skip Shop, Granite State Candy Shoppe, The Old Country Store and Museum, Benson Lumber & Hardware and Michele’s Sweet Shoppe.
For these New Hampshire sweet shops, retail is about making people happy. Whether it’s through their friendly connections with customers or the delicious products they create, Michele’s Sweet Shoppe and Granite State Candy Shoppe’s main priority is to have customers walk away from their stores with smiles on their faces.
When it comes to keeping traditions alive, family-owned businesses are no exception. Watch as we get a lesson in history from Lahout’s — America’s Oldest Ski Shop, fourth-generation Benson Lumber and Hardware and the Old Country Store, which has been in business for more than 235 years.
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We set out on a road trip to find the most powerful retail stories across the United States, showing how retailers large and small are creating jobs, driving innovation and giving back to the communities they serve. This is Retail Across America.
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