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McClatchy-Tribune  06/15/2014 5:05 PM ET
Hinge store a new home for old hardware [Orlando Sentinel :: ]

June 15--Merchandise that once belonged to a longtime vendor at Renninger's antique and flea market is getting a second life in Orlando.

Hinge, a new store that sells home hardware and vintage accents, has opened at 1506 N. Orange Blossom Trail in Orlando, just west of College Park. The store's offerings include home goods items such as primitive tools, bathroom fixtures, vintage lighting and hinges.

The store houses more than 3 million pieces and 100,000 unique items in its 9,000-square-foot showroom. Owner Rick Bosserman purchased the store's inventory from The Hardware Man, which had been in business for 29 years at Renninger's in Mount Dora.

Decorative hardware featured at the store includes items from various style periods, including early American, Eastlake, Victorian, arts and crafts, revival and mid-century modern, the company said.

Hinge plans to serve home owners, interior designers, restoration specialists, theme parks and prop companies. The store also sells on the web at hingevintagehardware.com

UF hosts retail conference

The University of Florida's David F. Miller Center for Retailing Education and Research is hosting its Retail Smarter Conference this week in Orlando.

The event, which is being held at the Hyatt Regency Orlando, brings together retail industry participants for two days of speakers, panels, roundtables and networking.

Highlights on the agenda include Ed Crenshaw, chief executive officer of Publix Super Markets Inc., and Harris Rosen, owner of Orlando-based Rosen Hotels. The event will take place Thursday and Friday. For more information, visit http://warrington.ufl.edu/centers/retailcenter/

H&M comes to Melbourne

Fashion retailer H&M announced plans to open a new location in Melbourne.

The 16,000-square-foot store will be at Melbourne Square, a shopping mall at 1700 W. New Haven Ave. It is slated to open this fall.

H&M Hennes & Mauritz AB is a Swedish clothing company. H&M's stores offer trendy clothing for men, women and children.

The Melbourne store will be H&M's fifth in Central Florida. It currently has stores at the Florida Mall, the Mall at Millenia, Altamonte Mall and Seminole Towne Center.

Dick's to open in Clermont

Dick's Sporting Goods is coming to Clermont, according to an announcement by the company.

The athletic goods retailer will be in Sandhill Commons at 1325 Sandy Grove Ave. The Clermont store is one of about 50 locations that Dick's plans to open this year.

The company said the store will open the weekend of June 27-29. Dick's plans to celebrate the new store by hosting a three-day weekend of grand opening festivities.

The store will include Nike, adidas and Under Armour shops, as well as athletic and outdoor footwear and items for camping, fishing and hunting.

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