Do-It Corporation Presents: Retail Display Solutions For Your Golf Products

| June 11, 2019

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Do-It Corporation offers a number of retail display solutions for your golf products. Do-It offers hang tabs, display strips, on-product promotion options, and carry handles. All Do-It Products are designed to get your product noticed in the store and increase impulse sales.

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Fast Shop S/A

The Fast Shop network began operating in 1986 as an authorized Yamaha dealer. A few years later, in 1991, the company took new guidelines and started the logistics operation for the delivery of home appliances to the members of the large consortium administrators. Speed ​​and good service were the main focus in this stage, which made the Fast Shop board understand that it was ready to enter the retail market.

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