Storefront


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Storefront

Ground-level shop employing large sheets of glass display windows with minimal-sized mullions; often having a recessed entrance.

storefront, shop front

The front of a store or shop at street level, usually having one or more windows for the display of goods or wares.
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The innovative products, Gateway, Content Management System (CMS), Storefronts and Content Library allow companies to market mobile phone content across all of Europe.
Apogee StoreFront allows an internal approval cycle to be set up for all purchases and can track the stock levels of marketing collateral.
The solution is offered in two packages - iScala Storefront Enterprise and iScala Storefront Standard.
Each family is allowed to pick out three toys per child and pays $1 for each toy to ``pay it forward'' and help support future holiday storefronts.
The Downtown Alliance has allocated more than $600,000 for storefront revitalizations and funding for additional improvements is in place.
There is a certain demand for specialist stores, but even then the niche players should position themselves as recommendation channels driving traffic to native storefronts and not actual distributors.
Dispensaries are usually storefronts that serve members who can show a county-issued medical marijuana identification card.
She says that, in general, retailers are being more responsive and sensitive to storefront and exterior design issues and a ripple effect is starting to emerge, particularly in new construction and high-end renovations.
Vcommerce Enterprise consists of advanced solutions for demand generation, eCommerce storefront, order management, fulfillment and logistics and customer service.
The storefront is a combined effort of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Santa Clarita Valley station, the city of Santa Clarita, the Santa Clarita Valley Food Pantry, Single Mothers Outreach and the local Domestic Violence Center.
Mayor Jim Ledford and Councilman Jim Root both pointed out that the City Council had agreed 5-0 last year to proceed with the storefront remodeling project with the intent of providing office space to both chambers.