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August 2016

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WRA Legislative Update August 2016

As we approach the 2017 Wyoming General Legislative Session, the Wyoming Retail Association has been busy working on issues that will be impactful to retailers across the state.  Read More »

EEOC Increases Penalties for Employment Law Posting Violations

The EEOC has announced an increase to the monetary fine for employers who fail to post the proper TitleVII postings.  Read More »

WRA Offers Members a New Credit Card Processing Option

The Wyoming Retail Association now offers a new, expert merchant processing program that will provide members with greater savings on their credit and debit card transactions. The new program offers low rates and, unlike other processors, doesn’t advertise misleading teaser rates or tack on hidden costs or fees. WRA’s processing also provides many free services, including free supplies, free customer service and voice authorization calls, free set-up and programming, and no chargeback fees Read More »

WAGAN Welcomes New Staff

​Wyoming Associations and Government Affairs Network (WAGAN) the association management and PR firm that works on behalf of the Wyoming Lodging and Restaurant Association is proud to announce two new team members. Tate Bauman as the Director of Sales and Membership and Kimberly Elder as the Office Administrator. Tate brings more than 6 years of experience and Kim brings more than 16 years experience to a robust WAGAN team.   Read More »

Apple Pay is Dominating the Mobile Payments Industry

In it's Q2 2016 earnings call, Apple provided some new Apple Pay data that indicates the service's ongoing steady gains.   Read More »

Back-to-School Shoppers Aim to get an Earlier Start

Nothing really compares to the winter holiday season when it comes to retail sales, but back-to-school and back-to-college shopping is a significant spending event, with total spending expected to reach $75.8 billion this year. Read More »

Retailers Expect Increase in Consumer Spending to Continue 

With increases in consumer spending expected to remain solid during the remainder of the year, the National Retail Federation today said retail sales for 2016 are now expected to grow 3.4 percent over last year rather than3.1 percent forecast earlier. Read More » 

 

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