Texas Trail Market increase in sales due to larger customer base

 

Polly Taylor

Three employees of the Texas Trail Market were honored for their years of service at the annual co-operative meeting and banquet on Dec. 8. Pictured (left to right) are Dixie Bomberger, 20 years; Linda Coffman, 37 years; and Shirley Sterle, 34. Bill Cushing, who will celebrate 18 years of service in April, is the store manager and proud to work with the trio.

The Texas Trail Market of Pine Bluffs held its annual co-operative meeting and Christmas party on Dec. 8. Store manager Bill Cushing, who will be celebrating his 18th year of service with the business in April, said that sales increased nearly four percent over the past 12 months. Total sales for 2014 were in excess of $2 million, and the store made a profit of $28,460.

Cushing attributed the increase in sales partially to inflation, but said, "I believe the increase is also due in large part to an increase in the customer base. We have several hundred active co-op members; people are proud...



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