B&H Footwear expands store
B&H Footwear recently completed an expansion of the work boot department.
The expansion added a section of shelving which holds 100 pairs of boots. The decision to expand was due to several reasons.
It began with customers asking for Timberland Pro work boots. B&H felt that it had a broad selection for Red Wing boots because of the cost, style, and product manufacturing, but what was needed was more depth from other brands.
Sue Aschliman, owner of B & H Footwear dealt with the sales representatives to determine what the top selling boots in the Midwest were for each brand. She then selected what the local area demands for proper footwear. With that, most of its customers’ needs can now be met.
If a customer’s desires are still not fulfilled, B&H is more than willing to special order the brand, style, and size requested.
Another area they expanded was the hunting boot section. There are now choices from La Crosse, Danner, Rocky, and Irish Setter.
If someone is having problems with their feet, B&H can measure and find the right size before they find their next pair of boots. As everyone gets older their bodies change, and sometimes customers need to add an orthotic to give them more support. Most of the supports can be purchased for under $40 and work just as good as any prescription orthotic.
While supplies last, B&H is offering a free gift with the purchase of any of its new work boots.