Randolph County Economic Development Authority has voted to hire Retail Strategies to recruit retail and consult on retail.

Randolph County, AL hires Retail Strategies

The Randolph Leader | Wednesday, February 27, 2019 | by Bryant Whaley

The Randolph County Economic Development Authority board voted to hire Retail Strategies, a retail-consulting firm out of Birmingham.

Matt Petro of Retail Strategies said, “We are thrilled to begin working with you!” and Jeff Rouzie told the group, “We are ready to get to work.”

We are ready to get to work

Retail Strategies specializes in recruiting restaurants, hospitality and entertainment for an area. They have been an instrumental part in the development of Troup County, Ga., over the last seven years.

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Retail Strategies is thrilled to partner with Randolph County, AL.

Our activities pay a return in sales taxes, added jobs, and businesses that enhance and add to the unique qualities of your community.

We are proud partners with Randolph County, AL

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My relationship with the Retail Strategies team has been extremely valuable over the last couple of years as I’ve searched for sites in the Southeast. They have been persistent and provided any information they could gather for available properties that fit my criteria. If they received news that a space was coming available they made sure to immediately give me a call and connect with the owners. I would recommend using this service to any of my colleagues looking in their client cities.

Walter Kelly, Broker

Arc Realty

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Retail Strategies has been a tremendous asset to Cypress. They have access to industry and business intelligence in an immensely competitive retail environment. The relationships they develop with commercial/retail property owners delivers results for the city because Retail Strategies excels at marketing their clients.

Peter Grant, City Manager

Cypress, CA

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