ISSUE: SPRING 2017
DEAR RMA MEMBERS, The Virginia Retail Federation (VRF) team wrapped up a very successful General Assembly Session the last weekend of February. The VRF team was present for all of Session to represent the retail business interests with legislators and decision-makers. We monitored over 100 bills, defeating all bills that would negatively impact the retail industry and passing those that have a positive impact on our members. See page 6 for a
scheduling, Border Adjustment Tax, as well as the internet sales tax issue. VRF representatives will attend the annual “Retail Advocates Summit” hosted by NRF at the Capitol in Washington, D.C., July 17-19. This provides VRF the opportunity to visit Federal representatives in support of retail issues. Mark your calendars! Last but not
least, we are in the process of prepping for another important event, the VRF Silent Auction scheduled for May 24, at the RMA Offices. Held in conjunction with RMA's Member Appreciation Picnic, the auction benefits the VRF Political Action Committee (PAC). PAC funds support probusiness elected officials who align with VRF legislative policies fostering Virginia’s economic growth, specifically in the retail industry.
complete recap of key issues & some highlights from the 2017 Session.
We'd like to personally thank those members who joined us at the Capitol for testimony. Advocacy is our top priority, and we appreciate your efforts to share the retail perspective with the representatives who vote on issues which affect your business every day. Your emails, letters and phone calls are the most impactful messages for legislators, as it shows them how it affects your business.
HOW TO ACCESS YOUR VRF BENEFITS: Visit VirginiaRetailFederation.com and subscribe to their e-newsletter, The Retail Advocate.
Your continued support is greatly appreciated! You can participate by donating items to the auction or by attending and bidding on auction items as a form of donation.
The VRF team also represents retail at the Federal level in partnership with National Retail Federation (NRF) and Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA). Ongoing issues at the Federal level include the challenges of predictive
We look forward to seeing you there! Sincerely, Kate Baker and Jodi Roth The VRF Team
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#WorkingTogetherSavingLives DID YOU KNOWâ€Ś Just ONE organ donor can save eight lives, restore sight to two people & enhance the lives of more than fifty others?!
APRIL IS NATIONAL DONATE LIFE MONTH:
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Since 2008, RMA and UNOS have teamed up to bring awareness to organ donation with Retailers4Life, a campaign that marries retail to the cause in an attempt to educate consumers about the benefits of organ donation and encourage more people to become donors themselves. Running throughout April, National Donate Life Month, Retailers4Life serves as a local movement alongside a national cause. Retailers can participate by promoting the campaign, using the hashtag
#WorkingTogetherSavingLives on all social media posts, and encouraging organ donation registration in their stores. It's just one of the many ways the RVA community is working together to save lives. Get involved! Visit Retailers4Life.com
for resources such as printable donor applications, FAQ's, a PowerPoint training presentation and logos. To sign up as an organ donor in Virginia, visit DonateLifeVirginia.org. Please contact Gretchen Nurnberger at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
[LEFT] Ken Wayland (Free Agents Marketing), Megan Way (RMA) & Mike Baum (Keep Virginia Beautiful) at the March Friday Forum; [CENTER] Lisa McSherry (Lex's of Carytown), Barry Moore (Haley Buick GMC), Nancy Thomas (RMA) & Lisa Schaffner (UNOS); [RIGHT] Scott Aronson & Tom Sturgeon (Ukrop's Homestyle Foods).
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01 Diana Kent & Gretchen Nurnberger (RMA) with Jennifer Merritt (Village Bank) at January's Friday Forum
02 Sherry Minson (RMA) & Chris Ray (Center of the Universe Brewing Co.) at the January Friday Forum
03 A packed house for January's "Craft Beverage Scene" panel discussion at Bon Secours' Washington Redskins Training Facility
04 Ken Wayland (Free Agents Marketing) & May Fox (Eckert Seamans) at the VRF Legislative Reception
05 Kate Baker & Jodi Roth (VRF) with
Governor Terry McAuliffe at the 2017 Annual Legislative Reception
06 Jenni Kirby (Crossroads Art Center), Andy Thornton (LaDiff) & Sarah Paxton (LaDiff) mingle during VRF's Annual Legislative Reception
07 Jack Berry (Richmond Region Tourism)
& Nancy Thomas (RMA) at January's Friday Forum
08 Norman Way (Puritan Cleaners) & Jim
Roman (Speaker Trainer Consultant) with Nutzy at February's luncheon
Bickmeier (Richmond International Raceway), Lee Corrigan (Corrigan Sports), Todd Parnell (Richmond Flying Squirrels), Jon Lugbill (Sports Backers), Amy DuFour (Capital Ale House), Neil Amin (Shamin Hotel Properties) & Jack Berry (RRT) after the "Sports Tourism in RVA" event
10 Mary Warren & Julie Gordon (Regency Square) at the March Friday Forum
11 Bastiaan Fehrman (Richmond Kickers),
Jonathan Owens (GRTC Transit System) & Santiago Lucio (Richmond Kickers) before February's luncheon
12 Mary Kyle (Innsbrook Foundation) &
Anne Stuart Teter (Addison Clark) pose with the Retailers4Life's Instagram cut-out at the March Friday Forum
13 Sarah Williams, Kim Wills, Diane Canada, Clif Winn, Cindy Hodges, Irlene Kemp & Amanda Porch (Village Bank) at February's Friday Forum Luncheon at The Westin Richmond
14 Ben Edgell (Chesapeake Bank) & Alexandra Newman before the "Farm to Table" event at UR's Jepson Alumni Center
15 Amy Hicks (Amy's Garden), Maureen
Egan (Real Richmond Food Tours), Joe Sparatta (Heritage/Southbound) & Donnie Caffrey (Good Foods Grocery) after the March "Farm to Table" panel discussion
16 Jodi Roth (VRF), Rudy Garcia (Global View Capital Advisors), Kate Baker (VRF) & Christy Morton (Virginia Rural Center) at the Legislative Reception
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LEGISLATIVE UPDATES 2017 GENERAL ASSEMBLY WRAP-UP:
A SUCCESSFUL SESSION FOR THE RETAIL INDUSTRY The 2017 Regular Session of the Virginia General Assembly adjourned Saturday, February 25th. This was an extremely successful session for the retail industry and VRF members. As an RMA member, you were represented everyday at the Capitol during the General Assembly Session by the VRF lobbying team, Kate Baker and Jodi Roth. Not only did they work diligently to defeat bills that would negatively impact your business, but many of the bills VRF supported, on behalf of its members, passed both bodies and have already been signed into law by the Governor. The General Assembly returned for “Veto Session” on Wednesday, April 5, 2017, to consider Governor McAuliffe’s vetoes and amendments to bills that were before him. These results were not available at the time this publication was sent to print, but you can find updates on these bills on VirginiaRetailFederation.com. Your VRF team covered several issues throughout the 2017 Session. Below are some of the highlights: SALES TAX NEXUS (SB 962 & HB 2058):
The House and Senate both passed separate legislations to require out-of-state businesses to collect and remit sales and use tax on sales to customers in Virginia. This legislation brings us one step closer to leveling the playing field for brick and mortar retailers and online retailers in the Commonwealth. VRF strongly supported this legislation on behalf of its members. Governor McAuliffe approved the legislation, and the law will go into effect July 1, 2017. SALES TAX HOLIDAY (SB 1018 & HB 1529):
The “sunset” for the Sales Tax Holiday was initially set to expire in 2017, meaning the August Sales Tax Holiday would no longer take place in Virginia. Therefore, legislation was introduced to extend the sunset dates from July 1, 2017 to July 1, 2022. VRF strongly supported this legislation due to the importance of the August Sales Tax Holiday to its members. This too has been approved by Governor McAuliffe and will go into effect July 1, 2017.
ACCELERATED SALES TAX:
Unfortunately, the Accelerated Sales Tax (AST) language from the Governor’s proposed budget remained in the amended balanced budget adopted by the General Assembly. The AST threshold will remain at $2.5 million for 2017, instead of unwinding to $10 million. In other words, if you are a retailer and have taxable sales of $2.5 million or greater, you will continue to pay May’s sales tax in the month of June, as well as an estimate of June’s sales tax, meaning you will make a double payment in June. On a positive note, the amended budget did include language which directs the Tax Department to convene a working group for the purpose of examining the AST requirement. The language also states that stakeholders from the retail industry will be a part of this working group. PLASTIC BAG TAX (SB 925):
This bill sought to impose a five-cent per bag tax on plastic bags provided to customers by retailers located in localities within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. VRF maintained its position on plastic bag bans/taxes, and opposed this bill. The bill was defeated in Senate Finance Committee. ABC - DELIVERY PRIVILEGES (HB 1801):
This legislation sought to extend delivery privileges of persons holding a wine & beer license. Specifically, this bill allows a person holding such licenses to deliver wine or beer in closed containers for off-premises consumption to a person’s vehicle, allowing consumers to order wine and beer online with their grocery orders and pick them up from the grocery store. VRF supported this legislation. This was approved by Governor McAuliffe and will go into effect July 1, 2017. MINIMUM WAGE (SB 978, SB 785, HB 1444, HB 1771 & HB 2309):
Several bills were introduced this Session that sought to increase the minimum wage in Virginia. The proposed increases ranged from $8 an hour to $11 in the first year,
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MANDATED PAID SICK LEAVE (SB 824):
This bill would have required private employers to provide all full-time employees with paid sick days. Based on this legislation, these sick days would accrue at a rate of no less than one hour for every 50 hours worked in 2018 or, if an employer commences operations in 2018 or thereafter, in their employer’s first year of operations. In subsequent years, paid sick days would accrue at a rate of no less than one hour for every 30 hours worked. VRF maintained its position of opposing mandates such as these. The bill was defeated in the Senate Commerce and Labor Committee. FELONY LARCENY THRESHOLD (SB 816, SB 923 & HB 1704):
This remains a perennial issue that VRF continues to work diligently to defeat. This year three bills were introduced that sought to increase the felony threshold for larceny from $200 to $500. Currently, if someone steals more than $200, they can be charged with a felony. If this legislation were to pass, that same person would be able to steal up $500 before they could be charged with a felony. VRF strongly opposed this proposed increase because of the negative impact it would have on all retailers in Virginia. The low felony threshold has been proven to be a deterrent to Organized Retail Crime in the Commonwealth. SB 816 (which encompassed SB 923) did pass out of the Senate, but was defeated once it reached House Courts of Justice, Criminal Law Subcommittee. HB 1704 was defeated in House Courts of Justice, Criminal Law Sub-committee. BACKGROUND CHECK (SB 1044 & HB 1713):
Under current law, the complete date of birth (DOB) is public court record, however, the Clerk/Office of Executive Secretary (OES) is prohibited from putting it on the Internet. This forces employers and/or their background screening companies to contact each clerk’s office in the Commonwealth to determine if a particular person has a pending criminal case. The legislation introduced this year provides that the Supreme Court and any other court clerk may provide online access to court records of non-confidential criminal case information to confirm the complete date of birth of the defendant. This legislation permits a narrow exception to the prohibition in existing law for access to DOB's on the Internet for the sole purpose of allowing someone who already has the DOB of an individual to enter that person’s name, SSN & DOB into the OES’s case management system to determine if the individual has pending criminal charges. VRF supported this legislation because it streamlines the background screening process for employers in Virginia. Approved
by the Governor, this law will go into effect July 1, 2017. In addition to these issues, VRF worked to defeat many other bills that could have been detrimental to the retail industry, including, but not limited to:
• Assignment of Benefits
• Employment Law
• Family Medical Leave Insurance Program
• GMO Labeling Mandates
• Signage for Retailers Mandates
This is just a brief recap of the legislation tracked by VRF during the 2017 Session. For a more in-depth summary of the items above & a complete list of all bills tracked, visit VirginiaRetailFederation.com. Please contact the VRF team for any additional information or questions.
EXPECTATIONS FOR 2017 2017 will be a big election year in the Commonwealth of Virginia. On November 7, 2017, we will have an election for the Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, and all 100 seats in the House of Delegates. Mark your calendars primaries for these elections will take place on June 13, 2017.
THE VRF TEAM
and up to $15 an hour by the year 2020. VRF maintained its position of opposition to these bills. All of these bills were defeated in their respective bodies.
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JODI ROTH firstname.lastname@example.org 804.690.4940
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SPOTTED IN "R•HOME" MAGAZINE! Each year, "R•Home" asks readers to share their favorite store & home-service providers. Check out which fellow members are this year's "Reader's Favorites!"
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MODERN FURNITURE #1 • LaDiff OUTDOOR FURNITURE #1 • JoPa Company #3 • LaDiff
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PLANTS #1 • Strange's Florist & Garden Center #2 • Great Big Greenhouse #3 • Sneed's Nursery & Garden Center TRADITIONAL FURNITURE #1 • Virginia Wayside Furniture #3 • Williams & Sherrill WALLPAPER #1 • Williams & Sherrill
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WINDOWS & DOORS #2 • Siewers Lumber & Millwork
Congrats to all of our members who were recognized in this year's "R•Home" Magazine, and to all of those who continue to provide excellent products and services! 8 | RETAIL PARTNERS
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THINK. SHOP. BUY. LOCAL:
NEW "LOYAL TO LOCAL" VIDEO PACKAGE Here at RMA, we are continuously inspired by the stories of our community's local entrepreneurs. As a champion for our members and local retailers here in RVA, we felt compelled to share some of these amazing stories â€” thus creating our "Loyal to Local" series, a campaign promoted under RMA's Think. Shop. Buy. Local program.
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Over the past year, we helped convey the stories of various Richmond retailers to allow consumers the opportunity to get to know these businesses on a deeper level, ultimately strengthening their connection and building loyalty to these local brands. Last year's "Loyal to Local" series consisted of nine videos, all of which significantly raised both the profile and reach of Think. Shop. Buy. Local's digital platforms. Due to the initial series' overwhelming
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success and our increased social presence, RMA has recently tapped back into "Loyal to Local" â€” kicking off the new series with fellow RMA members Capital Ale House and Peoples Income Tax. As an RMA member, we invite you to join the series and take advantage of the new "Loyal to Local" video package. Don't miss out on the chance to have your business's story told in a compelling, narrative video that is promoted to an engaged audience of over 150,000 RVA businesses & consumers! INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE?
Additional information on RMA's "Loyal to Local" video package can be found online at RetailMerchants.com. Please contact Diana Kent at email@example.com or 804.726.5043 with any questions. In the meantime, be on the look out for more local stories in the coming months. Many thanks to all of you for tuning in!
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FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: [Back Row] Jonathan Owens (GRTC Transit System), Elijah Valazquez (Flooring RVA), Robert Fletcher (Flooring RVA), Dave Bandas (Audio Exchange), Edward Sontag (Woodcraft), Jeff Hall (NewClients), Jim Roman (Speaker Trainer Consultant) [Front Row] Spenser Anne Edwards (NewClients), Christie Newman (SERVPRO of Richmond, Chesterfield, Henrico & Tri-Cities), Ashley Mason (GRTC Transit System), Karen Clifton (SERVPRO of Richmond, Chesterfield, Henrico & Tri-Cities), Amy Gery (Renew Health & Wellness)
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CMA TEAMS UP WITH RMA RMA is excited to announce a newly developed partnership with Carytown Merchants Association (CMA) to create a dual membership for CMA and RMA members. Retail Merchants continuously strives to serve as the ultimate resource for all retailers and local businesses here in Richmond, and believe that the formation of this partnership furthers that mission. Not only do we get to engage with a new set of retailers, but the partnership also allows RMA to extend its member benefits to many of the businesses in Carytown - a thriving retail niche.
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Carytown Merchants Association has provided its members and the businesses of the historical Carytown shopping district with valuable benefits for years and look forward to adding this partnership to that list of benefits. We look forward to working with this group and welcome both CMA and its members to the Retail Merchants community!
To learn more about the Carytown Merchants Association, please visit CarytownRVA.com/About.html.
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