Nebraska Furniture Mart Introduces New Electronic Shelf Tags
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Furniture World Magazine
Nebraska Furniture Mart announced that it has introduced special policies and new, state-of-the-art electronic shelf tags to simplify shopping this holiday season.
Nebraska Furniture Mart says it already shops both local and major online competition and proactively lowers prices to beat this competition. This process has significantly improved with the installation of wireless price tags on many appliances and electronics, assuring customers will receive the best price. In addition, Nebraska Furniture Mart will also be extending its holiday pricing and return guarantee policy this season.
“We want to make it easy to shop at Nebraska Furniture Mart this holiday season. We want our customers to know they’re getting a great deal with less running around. This is why we’re beating the local and major online competition," said Mark Hamilton, Director of Marketing and Ecommerce at Nebraska Furniture Mart. “Our extended return and price guarantee policy, free delivery on thousands of items online, and quick drive-through pickup are all part of a great holiday shopping experience.”
Nebraska Furniture Mart has also extended its return policy on purchases made from November 1, 2012 to December 25, 2012. Purchases made during the holiday shopping season can be returned until January 30, 2013. A pricing guarantee that’s in effect from November 1, 2012 to January 10, 2013 ensures customers get the guaranteed best deal from Nebraska Furniture Mart.
Customers shopping Nebraska Furniture Mart’s online store at NFM.com will also be eligible for free local delivery on electronics and small appliance purchases of $49 or more along with large appliance purchases of $299 or more. These offers are good on thousands of gift items from TVs to tablets, video games and small appliances all at NFM.com.
About Nebraska Furniture Mart: Nebraska Furniture Mart was founded in 1937 in Omaha, Nebraska by Rose Blumkin in the basement of her husband’s pawn shop with a $500 investment. In 1983, investor Warren Buffett purchased a majority interest in Nebraska Furniture Mart and made it part of the Berkshire Hathaway family of companies. Today, Nebraska Furniture Mart has locations in Omaha, Nebraska, Des Moines, Iowa and Kansas City, Kansas. For more information on Nebraska Furniture Mart visit http://www.nfm.com.
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