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LeadFerret, the one stop shop when it comes to free B2B data, announced the release of their latest directory of Supermarket Companies. Like the vast selection in a supermarket, this directory is a one stop shop of contact information for a full marketing campaign, with detailed contact information for each record, including email addresses, telephone numbers, and, where applicable, social media links.

Calabasas, CA (PRWEB) August 20, 2014

LeadFerret, the world's first 100% free business to business database with complete information including e-mail addresses, announced today the release of a specialized directory of Supermarket Companies. This directory allows users to search through and see full contact information for specific records of people employed by Supermarkets companies, in addition to the millions of records outside that directory.

In 1916 a man named Clarence Saunders opened a store he named "Piggly Wiggly" in Memphis, Tennessee. While the full history is slightly more complex, when traced back it's clear that on that day, the supermarket was born. Prior to the Piggly Wiggly, customers would make a variety of different stops at specialized shops to pick up what they needed. Uncle Johns All-Purpose Extra Strength Bathroom Reader tells an excellent history of the supermarket: "As chain stores became more powerful, both the media and independent grocers began campaigns against them. Even Time magazine referred to them as 'cheapies', assuring the American public that these giant disgraces were only due to bad times and would disappear soon. Independent grocers launched campaigns to boycott supermarkets because they used 'unfair' methods to overcome their competition-such as staying open at night and selling items at or near cost. But customers were thrilled to be paying significantly less for food and continued to patronize them. In New Jersey a law making it illegal to sell food at or below cost was passed... and then quickly withdrawn when consumers raged that it was making them pay more for no good reason." These days, supermarkets are ubiquitous and unquestioned by the modern consumer.

Access the full directory: http://leadferret.com/directory/supermarket-companies

Getting a product into a supermarket chain can be the make-or-break moment for some companies. Having access to contacts within supermarkets nationwide can be a huge help in terms of marketing a consumer product to the masses. Whether looking to get their product on shelves nationwide, or offering a product or service that supermarkets could utilize, LeadFerret users will be able to make the most of this directory by having access to the most valuable prospects, with complete information, including email addresses, social media links and more, making it easier to develop marketing campaigns.

About LeadFerret
LeadFerret, Inc offers an online B2B database with complete data for over 17+ million business contacts. Users can search and view all 17+ million records for free, with no limitations, users only pay when they want to download records. Every record comes with complete information, including email address, phone number, company information, and much more. Many records now even come with social media links. For more information, go to: http://www.LeadFerret.com.

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