Vendor Program

PURCHASING POWER PLUS & RETAIL ADVANTAGE GROUP

VENDOR PROGRAM

We are passionate about the retail industry and committed to our community of Hospital Gift Shops

A buying group for Hospital Gift Shops since 1996, PPP serves more than 750 Member Stores, while our small division of independent retailers is served by Retail Advantage Group. The same commitment extends to our Purchasing Power Plus and Retail Advantage Group Vendors. Our goal is to serve you, in your efforts to connect with our Member Stores.

We offer our Vendors a wide range of opportunities that serve as a positive means for achieving new business and supporting current clientele.

Each of our Member Stores receive discounts averaging 10% from our participating Vendors. Our Vendor Partners provide preferential terms, because hospital and independent gift shops are a valued business and as buying group Members – a strong captive audience. New accounts are established, relationships strengthened and sales increased.

We are committed to a high standard of excellence. We have chosen to negotiate only with those Vendors we feel will offer our shops desirable product selection, first-rate customer service and terrific savings! Reciprocally, we encourage our Members to utilize participating Vendors as their primary source for product selection.

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a Purchasing Power Plus and Retail Advantage Group Vendor Partner,

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Transpac has seen a significant growth in sales in our short relationship with Purchasing Power Plus. This partnership helps us build successful business relationships with creativity and ease.  Their imaginative vendor promotions such as Buzz Worthy, their monthly flyer program and their Sponsorship events makes it easy to promote the Transpac brand.  They are one of the most efficient, organized and friendly vendor programs that we have ever worked with in this industry. We anticipate further success with Purchasing Power Plus as our business continues to grow.  Melinda Rorie, Transpac