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ISSUE: WINTER 2017

DEAR RMA MEMBERS, It's a new year and big things are happening over here at RMA! In an effort to align with our new strategic plan to move the organization forward, we have made a couple branding changes to RMA, and we are proud to share with you, our members, an in-depth look into our new rebranding initiatives. 1. Simplified Name & Logo Redesign First and foremost, we have simplified our name by dropping "Association," making it consistent with how we are most commonly referred, "Retail Merchants" or "RMA." We have also adopted a new logo to reflect this name change and a more contemporary aesthetic (pictured below).

Designed by Free Agents Marketing (FAM), the new logo incorporates "Think. Shop. Buy. Local" as a tagline for RMA - unifying the two distinguished brands. You’ll also notice that the new design displays the “RMA” acronym while paying homage to the RVA region we serve. These updates capture the vision that we have for the organization as a whole – to establish RMA as a current, strong and supportive resource for its members.

TO ACCESS LOGOS & BRAND GUIDELINES: Visit www.retailmerchants. com/access-rma-logos/ to download all resources.

2. New Mission Statement In addition, we would also like to introduce

to you our new mission statement: To serve as the ultimate resource for local retailers to thrive. We here at RMA felt the inclusion of “ultimate resource” in our mission statement simply and concisely captures our priority to serve the retail community. 3. Launch of New Website Last, but certainly not least, we have launched a new website to mirror the contemporary look of our new brand. The site is easier to navigate, more responsive and designed to help inform and educate both current and potential members alike. Although we have a new look, we are the same organization that is here to serve our members. Throughout the upcoming months, we will continue to update all RMA collateral, marketing items, and digital platforms to match our new look. We are aware that this process involves many steps and can take some time, so we thank you in advance for your kind understanding and patience. In the meantime, we invite you to take the time to explore our new logo and website! As always, feel free to contact us should you have any questions or concerns. We thank each and every one of you for your RMA membership and look forward to being an ever-evolving resource to meet your needs! Sincerely, Nancy Thomas President / CEO

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ABOUT US RETAIL PARTNERS The Retail Partners Newsletter is typically published quarterly. Please note that only three (3) issues will be printed in the year 2017, concluding the publication.

EDITORIAL OFFICES Retail Merchants 5101 Monument Avenue Richmond, Virginia 23230 804.726.5043

PUBLISHER Diana Kent dkent@retailmerchants.com

Retail Merchants (RMA) is a membership organization that does everything with retailers in mind.

PROMOTE BEING LOYAL TO LOCAL THROUGHOUT RVA

USE OUR VOICE TO PROTECT THE RIGHTS OF RETAILERS

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We envision that every retailer is a member of Retail Merchants & sees value in their membership.

We are professional & accountable.

To serve as the ultimate resource for local retailers to thrive. EDITOR

Kate Baker Danni Neal Gretchen Nurnberger Jodi Roth Nancy Thomas

AD SALES Danni Neal dneal@retailmerchants.com 804.662.5508

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2016 DISTINGUISHED RETAILER OF THE YEAR "This award is not just bestowed on me. It’s bestowed on the 225 artists that have their own little retail stores within Crossroads Art Center.” - Jenni Kirby, Owner of Crossroads Art Center

Retail Merchants (RMA) announced, Jenni Kirby, owner of Crossroads Art Center, as the 2016 Distinguished Retailer of the Year! Since 1966, RMA has presented the Distinguished Retailer of the Year Award. 2016 was a special year for the award, as it marked 50 years of the tradition. It was designed to recognize a local retailer who is a proven leader in his/her company and actively involved in the community. The event held on Friday, December 2, 2016, was truly a celebration of the Richmond retail landscape over the past 50 years. During the breakfast, the 10 nominees of the 2016 Distinguished Retailer of the Year Award were introduced and recognized. It is considered a true honor to be nominated for this prestigious award. The nominees included: Glenn Childress of Bizport, Brian Cowardin of Cowardin’s Jewelers, Chris Holder of Capital Ale House, Michael Hughes of Holiday Barn Pet Resorts, Jenni Kirby of Crossroads Art Center, Rob Phillips of Kid to Kid Midlothian, Chris Ray of Center of the Universe Brewing Company, Baylor Rice of South River Compounding Pharmacy, Cynthia Steele of Cynthia Steele, and Patrick Williams of Williams & Sherrill. Prior to presenting the award, a short video was played for the audience to commemorate the longstanding tradition. It

featured past award winners Bobby & Jim Ukrop of Ukrop’s Super Markets (1980), Sarah Paxton & Andy Thornton of LaDiff (1999), and Lisa McSherry of Lex’s of Carytown (2008) reflecting on the award, what it means to them as well as the retail industry. We were joined by another 18 past recipients of the award, who were individually introduced and recognized. The 2015 Distinguished Retailer of the Year Award winner, Ronnie Adolf of Adolf’s Jewelers presented Jenni Kirby with the award. Crossroads Art Center was established in 2002 by co-founders James Bassfield and Jenni Kirby. In 2012, Kirby became the sole owner of the center. Today, Crossroads Art Center has increased in size and popularity featuring 225 artists with displays ranging from paintings, woodworking, photography, sculptures, pottery, mosaics, fabric art, and jewelry. Upon receiving the award, Kirby stated, “As a woman in the arts, an artist, and being the first in the arts to be presented with this award, I am truly honored.” Jenni’s passion, drive, persistence, and determination have contributed to the remarkable success of Crossroads Art Center proving it to be a mainstay for art in Richmond. Congratulations to Jenni Kirby and all of this year's nominees!

[LEFT] Jenni Kirby, Owner of Crossroads Art Center; [ABOVE] The RMA Team celebrates with Jenni and Greg Gilligan from the Richmond Times-Dispatch at the 2016 Distinguished Retailer of the Year Awards. 3 | RETAIL PARTNERS


THE RMA SCENE

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(Cobb Technologies), and Michelle Simon (EVB) at the Connect@ The Virginia War Memorial Foundation

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03 Past Distinguished Retailers gather at the 50th year celebration

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Home) and Barry Moore (Haley Buick GMC) before the 2016 Distinguished Retailer of the Year Award Ceremony

05 Raghda Al Amin (Puritan Valued

Customer), Norman Way (Puritan Cleaners), and Megan Way (RMA) before the Annual Valor Awards

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Jenni Kirby (Crossroads Art Center), and Chris Holder (Capital Ale House) mingle before the Distinguished Retailer of the Year Award Ceremony

07 Lauren Portluck and Michelle Simon (EVB) get festive for the Connect@ The Virginia War Memorial Foundation

08 Nancy Thomas (RMA), Dr. Ronald Crutcher and Dr. Betty Neal Crutcher (University of Richmond) at the October First Friday Forum Luncheon

09 Members of Greater Richmond Pipes & Drums at the 27th Annual Valor Awards Ceremony

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10 Susan Adolf (Adolf Jewelers) and Bobbi Heaney (Mango Salon) at the 50th celebration of the Distinguished Retailer of the Year Award

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Valor Award Recipient, poses with his family before the Valor Awards Breakfast

12 Jenni Kirby (Crossroads Art Center) is

presented the Distinguished Retailer of the Year Award by Ronnie Adolf (Adolf Jewelers) on December 2, 2016

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Color Guard during the Presentation of Colors at the 27th Annual Valor Awards Ceremony

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(Lex's of Carytown), David Hendrick (Custom Kitchens, Inc.), Bobby Ukrop (Ukrop's Homestyle Foods) and Franco Ambrogi (Franco's Fine Clothier) mingle before the 2016 Distinguished Retailer of the Year Award Ceremony

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Enforcement gather before being presented at the 27th Annual Valor Awards Ceremony & Breakfast

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"Providing world-class health care to our community comes in many shapes [and] sizes...we rely on the heroes who are often first on the scene, those selfless individuals who display remarkable courage and grit in some of the most difficult, trying circumstances. Our community's first responders are an integral part of our health care family, and we are proud to honor all of the recipients of these important awards.” - VCU Health, Gold Sponsor of the 27th Valor Awards

Thanks to the support of the community, our members, and sponsors, the 27th Annual Valor Awards was an exceptional event for Retail Merchants as the goal of filling all three ballrooms at the Greater Richmond Convention Center was achieved with nearly 1,200 people in attendance. On Thursday, November 10, 2016, Retail Merchants had the honor to present 5 Gold Valor Awards, 10 Silver Valor Awards, and 9 Bronze Valor Awards to area First Responders from Chesterfield County Fire/EMS & Police, Hanover County Sheriff’s Office, Richmond Police, and Virginia Commonwealth University Police. As the poignant stories of the First Responders’ bravery, courage, and sacrifice from each of the 8 incidents were read, the audience showed their appreciation and gratitude with roaring rounds of applause and standing ovations. Prior to recognizing this year’s Valor Award recipients, a video reflection entitled, “All in the Family,” was played for attendees. The video’s storyline focused on a pivotal aspect of each First Responder’s life— their family. It highlighted three

key themes, their personal family (what drew them to this line of work as many are multi-generational), their unit family, and how the community also serves as their family. Thank you to BES Studios for producing and sponsoring the video as well as the 40 First Responders and their family members that participated. After the presentation of the Valor Awards, Doug Middleton, was acknowledged for his 43 years of public service. Middleton stepped down as Henrico County’s Police Chief in early 2016 and currently serves as the Deputy County Manager for Public Safety. Following the special recognition, 8 individuals were recognized for their engagement and involvement as they each received a Valor Challenge Coin. Each of the 25 Valor Award recipients received their own special coin as well. This year’s event was truly an inspirational celebration and expression of gratitude for the Greater Richmond Region’s First Responders. A heartfelt thank you to our area’s First Responders, sponsors, and everyone who attended the 27th Annual Valor Awards.

[ABOVE] Valor Award recipients from both the Chesterfield County Fire/EMS and Chesterfield County Police Departments. 6 | RETAIL PARTNERS


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Table Host Admiral Security Services AquaLaw Bliley’s C&F Bank Capital One Chesapeake Bank Cobb Technologies Dominion Payroll Services Experient Health First Tennessee Bank Free Agents Marketing Henrico Police Foundation James River Transportation Keiter

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Kroger Lamar Advertising Markel Corporation Mission BBQ Owens & Minor Regency Square Richmond Alarm Company Richmond Flying Squirrels Richmond Region Tourism RVA Homes for Heroes Spectra Venue Management Stony Point Fashion Park The Andrew Agency The Middle Resolution TowneBank Richmond Wells Fargo Whitlock Woody Funeral Home

Photography Robert Thomas Photography

Print & Online Media Richmond Times-Dispatch

Print & Mailing Worth Higgins & Associates

Signage KeithFabry Reprographic Solutions

Special Gifts Cowardin’s Jewelers

Valor Video Audio Visual PSAV

Awards C.P. Dean Co.

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W E L CO M E TO R M A !

NEW RMA MEMBERS

LOOK WHO HAS JOINED SINCE OUR LAST ISSUE: Exterior Source Glave Kocen Gallery Greater Richmond Age Wave Coalition Jimmy John's West Franklin

Michael & Sons Restoration RX3 Compounding Pharmacy Two By Four, LLC Williams & Sherrill, Inc.

NEW MEMBERS AT THE OCTOBER FIRST FRIDAY FORUM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND

NEW MEMBERS AT THE 2016 DISTINGUISHED RETAILER OF THE YEAR AWARD CEREMONY & BREAKFAST

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Tyler Craddock (Organizational Management Group, Inc.), Karen Moeller (Greater Richmond Age Wave Coalition), John Broadway (Organizational Management Group, Inc.), Karen Larsen (HR-TABS, LLC)

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: [Back Row] Derek Formsma (Jimmy John's West Franklin), Anthony Villano (Jimmy John's West Franklin), Klark Brown (Michael and Sons Restoration), G. Patrick Williams (Williams & Sherrill, Inc.) [Front Row] Delaney Dunlap (Jimmy John's West Franklin), Reid Carter (Growlers To Go), Kathryn Sperry (RX3 Compounding Pharmacy)

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V R F U P DAT E

LEGISLATIVE UPDATES GOVERNOR'S BUDGET PROPOSAL:

IMPORTANT CHANGES & POSSIBLE IMPACTS On December 16, 2016, the Governor presented his budget proposals, many of which will impact VRF members, such as the following items found in the Governor's Budget Document: 1. Regulations of Use Tax Compliance The State expects to increase revenue by $2 million by providing guidance on reporting purchases of tangible personal property online or via catalogs through enhanced instructions to tax payers, form changes, vendor guides for electronic filers, presentations to tax professionals and CPAs, and online communication.

3. Implement Tiered Fee Structure for Food Establishment Inspection Program Here he proposes to replace the current $40 annual inspection fee with a threetiered fee structure based on the establishment’s square footage; the fee structure will range from $40 to $575. But that's not all... In addition to the above, two other important issues to the retail industry arose during the Governor's remarks to the Joint Money Committees:

2. Restaurant Inspection Fee Increase

1. Accelerated Sales Tax

This proposes to increase the Restaurant Inspection Fee from $40 to $285.

The Governor proposed that Virginia suspend the unwinding of AST for June

2017. Instead, he proposes that we keep the threshold at $2.5 million in June 2017 and then increase the threshold to $4 million in June of 2018. The Governor stated that this proposal will produce an additional $47.9 million in General Fund revenues. 2. Sales Tax Nexus According to the Governor’s statement, the Commonwealth is missing out on $250 to $300 million a year while E-fairness legislation remains stalled in Congress. Because of this, the Governor is proposing legislation which will require any out-of-state merchant who uses a fulfillment center or warehouse, located within the Commonwealth, to register as a dealer for the collection of sales tax on their sales in Virginia.

2017 GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSION:

SESSION KICKED OFF JANUARY 11TH Although it's a short session this year, lasting only 45 days, your VRF lobbyists, Jodi Roth and Kate Baker, are busy representing your interests down at the Capitol and will continue to do so throughout the entirety of the 2017 General Assembly Session. In addition to the aforementioned budget items, the VRF team is carefully monitoring all legislative matters that may potentially influence the retail industry. Such legislative issues include, but are not limited to: minimum wage increases, mandatory paid sick leave,

Airbnb, ABC issues, felony threshold for larceny, cigarette exemption certificate, recycle VA, plastic bag ban/tax, and much more.

KATE BAKER kbaker@virginiaretailfederation.com 919.215.6273

Please keep an eye out for VRF's weekly email updates in The Retail Advocate during the 2017 General Assembly Session. This e-newsletter provides an in-depth look at what takes place during Session, up-to-date information on various legislative issues and their status, bill tracking, and how to contact legislators. For more information, be sure to visit VirginiaRetailFederation.com.

JODI ROTH jroth@virginiaretailfederation.com 804.690.4940

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NEWS & EVENTS

2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

CHANGING OF THE GUARD

FEBRUARY 10

A warm welcome to all of our new board members and thank you to those who have served! The new terms for the RMA Board of Directors coincide with the beginning of the calendar year. As this newsletter goes to print, the slate of new board members is set for a vote on Thursday, January 19, 2017.

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This slate includes the following new board members:

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Rudy Garcia, Global View Capital Advisors

Ken Wayland, Free Agents Marketing

Pat Heaney, Mango Salon

We look forward to welcoming this group of insightful and energetic leaders.

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In addition, we send a big “Thank You” to Donnie Caffery (Good Foods Grocery), George Haw (Ruffin & Payne) and Jo Ann Rossi (Zooom Printing) who completed their terms serving on the RMA Board of Directors!

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