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Wholesale Polo in Atlanta and Get The Discount Price

When the thought of buying clothes came in your mind the must bring some excitement as it is time to give yourself a fresh look. Although there are endless options in clothing for men and women both but most of the modern generation love buying cool, comfortable and trendy clothes. In casual clothing, there are several options such as t-shirts, sweatshirts, polos, fleece, shorts, pants, knits and layering, tank tops, and much more. When it comes to order or purchase such casual clothes then you can prefer to online shopping as it is one of the convenient option will definitely give you the great experience.

Buying things online is being the popular idea especially when you need to buy clothes then buying them online can make a difference. When your buy clothes online then will be able to browse through a wide variety of styles to choose from. If you want to buy wholesale polo in Atlanta, wholesale woven shirts, wholesale fleece or anything else then 3v Tees is the best online store. It has huge selection available for men, women and kids in woven shirts, sweatshirts, polos, fleece, tank tops, t shirts, pants, shorts and much more.

Having reference of right clothing store is really essential to give you the best shopping experience online. A right clothing store like 3v Tees will definitely provide you all the items at lowest price possible. Another benefit of buying t shirts from 3v Tees is you can customize them as per your own preferences. Yes, you can add any picture, text, design or pattern on the t shirts, sweatshirts or other apparels. By customizing you can convey your message across the people and it is also popular among businesses for promotion purpose. 3v Tees is a custom t shirt store in Atlanta offers a range of printing techniques including:

  • Screen printing
  • Flock – Suede printing
  • Reflective printing
  • Heat transfers
  • Foil printing
  • Vinyl transfers
  • Rhinestones
  • Glitter printing etc.

All the above mentioned printing techniques are impressive will give your design a unique and personal touch. The modern generation love customized clothes as they can put anything which describes their personality, attitude or behavior. You can buy wholesale sweatshirts in Atlanta, wholesale t shirts in Atlanta, wholesale tank tops or anything else to customize them in the way you love. All these apparels are available at 3v Tees and you can select from the plenty of colors and styles available in each category. You will receive competitive pricing for all the items and printing techniques provided. So, if you want custom clothing or want to buy t shirts or other casual clothes in bulk then don’t hesitate to contact 3v Tees.


Best Online Shop in Pakistan

First, we will see that what is online shopping?

Online shopping is the act of purchasing services or products from the internet. Online shopping gaining its popularity day by day in recent years .it is also very convenient for the people who can easily buy things while sitting at home or office. One more great and effective factor of online shop is that it reduces the time factor as well. Now let’s see how to do Online Sale in Pakistan

Online Shopping in Pakistan:

There are many online stores in Pakistan which are offering the Online Shopping in Pakistan facility. But I have listed one of the topmost online shop centers which provide best services to its customers.

It is one the biggest and most trending online shopping marketplace in Pakistan which is reliable consistent and convenient. The main aim of this store is to provide trouble-free shopping to the people of Pakistan.

It comes forward with a unique idea to enhance the boom of online shopping in Pakistan the motto of this online shopping store is Trust, Reliability, Originality, and Agility. It has all the products related to electronics, fashion, beauty, and lifestyle brands. It also has the best collection of clothing and fashion accessories as well.

As well all know that Pakistan’s online shopping trademark is increasing day by day in the last 10 years so bigger cities of Pakistan like Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad is gaining momentum. This trend is not just limited to the urban cities only. But also, it has expanded to many rural areas of Pakistan as well. Realizing this surge in online business, Goto brings an unmatched online shopping experience to all parts of the country and offers free home delivery on any product you order on our website.

No matter where you live in Pakistan this site will deliver your order within the 3-7 working days after the placement of your order. And it’s very easy to buy products on Goto it’s just like a few clicks you do and after some time, you will get your product or service at your home.

Also, this store provides you with the facility to return any product within the 7 working days if you think that product is not up to the mark or not up to the standard. You easily can return and exchange that product or if you don’t want to exchange your product and want your full money back our refund options are also available.

The main thing for this store is the customer satisfaction and customer trust because these are the terms which are important for us to define us.

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Fistfight breaks out in Modesto Mall

While Southern California shoppers have so far enjoyed a relatively tranquil Thanksgiving and Black Friday, a fight broke out farther north at a mall in Modesto.

The brawl at the Vintage Faire Mall erupted on Thursday night, according to the Modesto Bee. About six men were involved in the fight, which moved quickly into the entrance of the JCPenney store, according to a YouTube video taken of the incident.

Modesto Police Lt. Steve Stanfield said he wasn’t sure if officers were called to the scene. He said any officer who would have responded is probably still asleep. There were no reported victims, however, and no documentation of anyone taken into custody.

“I talked to the graveyard units and they knew nothing about it,” Stanfield said. When he got into work today, “everybody was looking at each other going, ‘Did anybody know there was a fight at the mall?’”

“We’re trying to see if anyone responded,” he added.

Scenes of violence have marred Black Friday in previous years. In 2011, for example, a woman at a Porter Ranch store pepper-sprayed several customers in what authorities described as  a “shopping rage” incident.

The new tactics to get you spending

People are more savvy than ever before about the ways shops get them to spend their money, but the retailers are always coming up with new tactics.

Why are sweets and chocolate always by the till in supermarkets? Why do they put the everyday essentials like bread and milk at the back of shop so you have to walk through as many aisles as possible to reach them?

Why is the perfume and jewellery section always at the front of a department store?

Why do some shops have low lighting? Why in Idea do you have to do a loop of the whole shop rather than being able to get straight to the bit you actually want?

Take the Lab UK Big Money Test

Many of us will have realised the tricks that retailers use to get us impulse buying, but it doesn’t stop us.

“We’re all children when it comes to shopping,” says money saving expert Martin Lewis.

“We have to remember that shops will try to trick us into thinking we’re getting something for less money when we’re not. It’s their job to make money and it’s your job to stop them making money.”

The findings of the BBC Lab UK Big Money Testreveal the impact spur-of-the-moment buys have on our finances, having a greater impact on our ability to make ends meet than financial knowledge, education, income and social class combined.

Part of the problem is retailers are always coming up with new ways to get us to spend. Here are some of them.

Getting messy

Instead of constantly tidying the shop floor, some shop assistants are strategically messing things up. It’s a tactic to make items appear popular, as if lots of people have been looking at them and they are a must-have.

It works well on younger shoppers. Under-21s are the most likely to make an impulse purchase, according to the Big Money Test.

What the Big Money Test tells us

Young people are also hugely influenced by what others are buying, says Philip Graves, consumer behaviour expert and author of Consumer.ology.

“They are seeking a sense of their own identity distinct from their parents. They are looking to affiliate with others they think are like them.”

The problem for teenagers has a biological as well as social explanation.

“The part of the brain that’s responsible for impulse control doesn’t develop fully until your early 20s,” says one of the Big Money Test’s designers, Mark Fenton-O’Creevy, a professor of organisational behaviour with the Open University.

Brand blurring

A consequence of the country’s current financial woes is that shoppers want to feel they are getting value for money, even if they haven’t personally experienced any change in their income or lifestyle, says Graves.

The expert’s tips to beat the shops

“The constant media message that money is tight has created an unconscious wariness among consumers.”

People want value but also want to feel good about what they buy, say consumer psychologists.

“When money is tight it’s not just about buying the cheapest thing out there,” says Joseph Staton, director of GfK Consumer Trends.

“It’s about feeling like you are making the right decision.”

It has caused problems for supermarkets’ value brands. While they save the pennies there can also be a stigma attached to them.

The shops are tackling this by “brand blurring” and making the difference between cheap and mid-range goods less distinct.

Ranges have been rebranded so they don’t scream cheap, in some cases the word “value” has disappeared altogether.

They are being marketed as a “wise” choice – not just a cheap one. Blurring the boundaries attracts a new, much wider range of shoppers.

“The value brand is being elevated so people feel better about buying it,” says Graves. “Retail is a constant manipulation game.”

Location-specific offers

“Big data” is creating a big buzz at the moment. It’s the gathering and analysis of data on a huge scale.

Why do people impulse buy?

“That information comes from any number of places – your financial transactions, digital photos, social media posts, mobile phone GPS signals and Google searches to name just a few.

Companies already use such data to personalise offers for individual customers, but now they are planning the use of GPS location data to target you when you are actually walking past one of their shops.

“It’s all about enhancing location-specific data to get people to impulse buy,” says Staton.

“It plugs into offering high levels of customer service and tailoring offers to what the customer wants. It’s being done by high-end shops but is filtering down to the High Street.”

Eye tracking

Brands are constantly fighting to get your attention and keep it. One new approach is “retail theatre”.

It’s about surprising the shopper and giving them an experience, says Paula Dowie, managing partner at retail design agency Ignite Design.

Can you work out a good deal?

“Good retail design is about disrupting the consumer’s thinking, getting them to notice you and making them linger for longer,” she says.

In the crowded perfume market that’s hard. People usually stop, spray and move on in a matter of seconds. Now luxury brands like Gucci are using the eye-tracking technology to keep their attention.

Digital screens behind display stands are activated when a perfume bottle is picked up, flashing images to seduce you. Eye-tracking systems are fixed into screens to gather data so the images can be personalised. And it’s all done a matter of seconds.

“Certain software programs can gather huge amounts of data on you almost instantly,” says Dowie. “Age, gender, what you’re looking at – that sort of thing. If you’re a young women or a middle-aged man, images are then flashed up that will appeal to you.”

As the technology becomes more widely available it will filter down to High Street shops, she adds.

It’s about entertainment and making your shop one that people want to come to. Brands like Apple and Top Shop are “genius” at doing this, says Staton. During London Fashion Week last month Top Shop screened its own fashion shows live in its flagship store in London’s Oxford Street.

“It’s about adult play, making a space different to other shops and offering things like art and music as part of the shopping experience,” says Staton.