St. Louis, MO (PressExposure) August 06, 2009 -- Store Supply Warehouse, a leading supplier of store fixtures, retail supplies and display cases to independent retailers, recently expanded their efforts to connect with store owners by adopting two Twitter accounts: @StoreSupply and @StoreSupplyGuy. Both accounts are updated daily and give followers supply tips and suggestions.
"The ultimate goal for putting Store Supply on Twitter is to give independent retailers an interactive tool to help their businesses thrive," said Matt Wohlstadter, President of Store Supply Warehouse. "We will be able to respond to questions and comments quickly and efficiently by using Twitter."
The corporate account, @StoreSupply, notifies vendors, customers and potential customers about company news and announcements. @StoreSupply features new and useful products for retailers such as display cases, security devices and more. This account Tweets everything from Store Supply Warehouse shipping information to information about the trade shows Store Supply attends.
The other profile, @StoreSupplyGuy, is an extension of the Store Supply Blog which is a forum for independent retailers. The purpose of @StoreSupplyGuy is to serve as a helpful resource, offering tips, highlighting useful products and answering questions. @StoreSupplyGuy also encourages followers by commenting on their Twitter statuses. Like the blog, @StoreSuppyGuy asks for input from other store owners, giving them the opportunity to connect with each other. Retailers may find individuals with similar business interests and learn new, innovative ideas to implement in their own businesses.
"The Store Supply accounts allow us to network and collaborate with independent retailers like we never could before. Not only will Store Supply make connections but this is a place where all retailers will be able to come together and share, which was always our main goal with social media outlets. Hopefully store owners will take full advantage of this valuable resource and allow it to help them in their business endeavors," said Matt Wohlstadter.