Varsity Club Products Launches New Site!

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Five years ago, Varsity Club Products came to us for their very first website.  The site was only meant to house a small number of popular products, so that customers could place orders online as a convenience. Over the past few years, Varsity Club Products experienced an uptick in orders and product expansion.  As they grew as a business, they were confronted with an e-commerce site that could no longer keep up with the level of business they were receiving.  They realized that they needed to reinvest in their eCommerce platform to accommodate their future endeavors. They returned to The…

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Boobs: They Need Your Support

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As you may know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  There are a multitude of ways to show your support.  There are naturally the walks that happen countrywide, but there are also other avenues one could go down to show support and spread awareness. To show our support for awareness, The Muse Marketing Group has changed the color of our logo to pink for the month of October.  To find out what you can do to help, visit the National Breast Cancer Foundation website or check out some events from Best of NJ.

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Behr Announces 2020 Color of the Year

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Touted as being a color that can be about finding balance, promoting tranquility and reconnecting with nature, Behr’s Color of the Year, Back to Nature, could be a color trend for the decade. Back to Nature is a pale yellow-based green, that allows you a new way to bring the outdoors in. According to Erika Woelfel, VP of color and creative services at Behr, “As nature’s favorite color, Back to Nature is a restorative and revitalizing green hue that engages the senses and pairs well with other colors both inside and outside your home.” To see how Behr’s color of…

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In Celebration of the American Worker…

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Monday, September 2nd is right around the corner.  Although it may signal the end of summer, the end of hot dog season, or the beginning of football season, Labor Day is so much more than that.  It is a celebration of the American worker and all they have achieved. The first Labor Day was celebrated in 1882 in New York City.  10,000 people marched down the streets of Manhattan for labor rights, in a time where most Americans (children included) worked 12 hours a day, 6 or 7 days a week.  By 1894, it had caught on in 23 other states…

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