North Augusta is focused on recruiting retailers and restaurants that make sense for our city, while also supporting existing local businesses.
Fort Worth, Texas (PRWEB) April 28, 2014
The North Augusta 2000 Foundation, a public/private partnership working on behalf of the community of North Augusta, South Carolina, recently partnered with Fort Worth-based Buxton to support its retail economic development efforts. Buxton’s advanced customer analytics will allow North Augusta 2000 to identify the retailers that match the shopping and dining habits of consumers in the City of North Augusta.
“Revitalization and quality growth are priorities for our community,” said Charles B. Martin, chairman of North Augusta 2000. “North Augusta is focused on recruiting retailers and restaurants that make sense for our city, while also supporting existing local businesses. We look forward to applying Buxton’s insights to our economic development efforts.”
“Buxton is pleased to support North Augusta 2000’s strategic economic development initiatives,” said Lisa Hill-McCay, vice president in Buxton’s public sector division. “Our best-in-class analytics will provide the insights that local leaders need to effectively recruit and retain retailers.”
By becoming a Buxton client, North Augusta 2000 will have access to SCOUT®, Buxton’s proprietary web-based real estate platform, giving local leaders information at their fingertips to analyze retail matches for different areas of the city.
Buxton has worked with more than 650 cities nationwide to implement retail and tourism development strategies. Clients include Kingsport, Tennessee; Palm Springs, California; and Frisco, Texas.
About The North Augusta 2000
The North Augusta 2000 Foundation began in 1999 after local leaders recognized a need for a strategic vision for the future of the community. Through the development of strategic plans and investment in key initiatives, North Augusta 2000 has had a quantifiable impact on the City of North Augusta. Current initiatives are focused on community development, community engagement, education, and recreation, culture, and history.
For more information, visit http://www.northaugusta2000.org.
In a world where big data gets a lot of attention, Buxton focuses on providing BIG answers to its clients. Since 1994, Buxton has helped more than 3,000 clients in retail, healthcare, consumer packaged goods and the public sector. We provide answers to business questions around real estate, marketing, and merchandising strategies. Our clients include Red Wing Shoes, Sally Beauty Supply, GNC and Anthropologie.
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