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B&N opens El Paso store Oct. 16

BY Dan Berthiaume

New York — Barnes & Noble, Inc. debuts a new bookstore on Oct. 16 at The Fountains at Farah in El Paso, Texas. Concurrently, the existing Eastside store will close.

“We’re excited for this opportunity to give our customers a beautiful new store providing the best-in-class offerings available,” said David Deason, VP, development at Barnes & Noble. “Of course, we will continue to serve the community with a vast selection of books, educational toys and games, and our innovative family of Nook readers and tablets, supported by extraordinary customer service for which Barnes & Noble is known. Our booksellers are excited to continue to serve the community, and recommend great reads and create memorable experiences with a new and exciting store.”

The store will serve the greater El Paso market and employ approximately 60 people from the community.

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Report: CVS creates loyalty profiles

BY Dan Berthiaume

Woonsocket, R.I. – CVS is reportedly offering a new program to its ExtraCare loyalty program members, called myWeeklyAd, which creates a personalized profile with targeted product offers based on previous purchases. According to Wall St. Cheat Sheet, CVS spent about $7 million on the omnichannel program which is available on PC, tablet and smartphone.

The article quotes a CVS executive as saying the retailer will still produce a print circular.

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Home Depot selects National Tenant Network for Pro Xtra site

BY Dan Berthiaume

Atlanta – The Home Depot has selected National Tenant Network to assist property owners, managers and investors on its new Pro Xtra site. Home Depot’s Pro Xtra will enhance existing Pro Desk programs, as well as add new benefits for members.

Access to NTN’s experience in tenant screening and selection and to educational articles by NTN for investors and property managers will be available on the Pro Xtra site as additional resources for industry professionals. NTN will also connect with investors through the Home Depot RenoWalk application, which allows Home Depot Pro members to customize property renovations, search for materials and learn how to protect the property investment once it is ready to rent.

National Tenant Network’s own application, NTN SecureMobile, will soon be available to NTN subscribers, allowing tenant screening and selection to be completed from an iPad in the field.

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Dec-11-2013 12:35 am

Home Depot Pro Xtra Site Fatally Malfunctioning
The brilliance of NTN's programming will be wasted on the Home Depot Pro Xtra site until Home Depot corrects its program's propensity to forget user names and passwords. Furthermore, Home Depot has employed a group of abusive tech support people who insult customers who try to fix the log-in problem. It would be nice to review NTN's facilities, but this was not possible as of 12/10/13.

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Dec-11-2013 12:35 am

The brilliance of NTN's programming will be wasted on the Home Depot Pro Xtra site until Home Depot corrects its program's propensity to forget user names and passwords. Furthermore, Home Depot has employed a group of abusive tech support people who insult customers who try to fix the log-in problem. It would be nice to review NTN's facilities, but this was not possible as of 12/10/13.

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