Frank has been known for being professional, easy going and someone you can trust. Flexible and adaptable to each unique client’s needs while being very knowledgeable to the local markets. He brings his personal and business life lessons to each interaction. Many years of retail business and sales experience makes him a great choice to partner with when making your decision on buying. He comes from a family of builders, architects and real estate professionals which helps in the decision making process. This Hoboken local has been in town for 10 years. Proud dad, husband and baseball coach whose children are involved in the local school events, baseball, soccer and hockey leagues.
While attending Wagner College in Staten Island, New York, Frank LoBue graduated with his Bachelor of Science in Accounting. By 1993 he earned his MBA in Management and Finance from Wagner College as well.
During college, Frank LoBue gained his first experience with coaching. He spent two summers participating in a baseball camp where he coached children aged 8-14. Early on Frank learned that it’s important to make the game fun for children. Otherwise, they won’t want to participate. Not every child plays at the same level, so Frank’s strategy is to partner up the more experienced players with someone who has less experience—that way the players can also learn from one another. It also helps the more advanced player learn to be a role model for the rest of the team.
While Frank LoBue focuses on baseball, he believes it’s important for children to be involved in any sport. Participating in a team sport gives children structure, and it helps keep them active. Being outside is very important—especially with all of the digital distractions that can keep children inside. However, at the same time, parents shouldn’t push a child to play a sport if they don’t want to. By showing children the sport on TV or in person, teaching them about the rules, and finding players who can be role models, children might become interested in the activity over time and want to play.
With the age of technology, the way loyalty programs have been viewed and interacted with has shifted dramatically. Loyalty programs are no longer a simple punch card that customers can use every time the make a purchase. Smartphones and other new technologies have forced Loyalty programs to change but the significance of having a good loyalty program has not diminished.
In recent years Amazon has been the frontrunner is retail sales in the US and arguably around the world. The effects that Amazon is having can be felt on a global scale. Recently, Amazon has surpassed Walmart, the second largest retail store, in their value and continues to grow at an alarming rate.
Robots and artificial intelligence has been starting to trickle into retail stores across the US. Grocery stores in particular are taking advantage of these new technologies and they may be in a store near you! This article will talk about two different robots that are being implemented in grocery stores and warehouses and what this means for their human counterparts.