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merchandiser

[ mur-chuhn-dahy-zer, -dahy- ]
/ ˈmɜr tʃənˌdaɪ zər, -ˌdaɪ- /
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noun
a person or company that buys and sells goods; a merchant or retailer: Each year our “vendor village” is full of merchandisers who add to the tournament’s festival-like atmosphere.
a person who plans or manages the arrangement and promotion of goods, including location, signage, etc., in a store: How the merchandiser of this collection of cookbooks managed to get them all into a single attractive display, I'll never know.
a display unit for stores, designed to hold goods of a specific kind: The manufacturer has launched a new professional wood screw, with a countertop merchandiser allowing stores to showcase all the screw’s features.
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