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Helping the Retail Industry to Achieve a Successful Future by Bringing Innovative Leaders & Companies Together. 

A true alternative to these resources offers a very high level of industry knowledge, practical experience, know-how, contacts and confidentiality. Clients must know that working with Samuel J. Associates will provide an unparalleled  understanding of current trends, a deep network of industry professionals and an unwavering focus on helping our clients succeed. Samuel J. Associates will provide a more professional way to recruit than working with Internet job sites or other search firms. Our passion is the industry we serve, success of our clients and building relationships that will last well into the future. Samuel J. Associates is also an excellent place to work, a professional environment that is challenging, rewarding and respectful of ideas and individuals.

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