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Davaco offers in-store solutions for apparel brands
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Jan '14
DAVACO, Inc., the North American leader of high-volume programs and implementation services for global brands, announced that the company offers a wide range of services that are designed to positively impact wholesale and retail brands that are located in malls and lifestyle shopping centers. 
 
From fashion and footwear to intimate apparel, performance and beauty brands, DAVACO's total solutions approach offers a single source for implementing brand rollout directives and corporate initiatives in locations spanning North America.
 
"DAVACO has entire teams of professionals working behind the scenes to develop strategies to help maximize profitability of these brands—from surveys of existing conditions, visual merchandising, store planning/design to fixture sourcing/ manufacturing and in-store construction," said Rick Davis, Founder/CEO. "At DAVACO, it's our job to implement great ideas for global/national brands. We take conceptual ideas and consistently bring them to life in the store environment."
 
Since 1990, DAVACO has been managing and executing programs for wholesale and retail brands in mall-based locations across North America. In fact, the company has an extensive understanding of the complexities and requirements of working within mall, shopping centers and department store spaces.
 
"It is important to understand individual and general protocol for these locations; to be able to accommodate a variety of personnel's schedules and expectations, like mall security and store management; as well minimize store and consumer disruption in either an open or closed store environment," said Davis. "When you partner with DAVACO, you can be assured that we are professional, respectful and representative of your brand's standards and those of the mall and the department store."

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