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Big Rock Sports Launches Mobile Ordering App

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Graham, NC —Big Rock Sports has introduced a new app that enables their customers to order products with their mobile devices. The Big Rock Sports App uses the built-in camera on mobile phones and tablets to scan UPC codes and back tags. The app is designed to save outdoor retailers valuable time and make it easier than ever to replenish their inventory.

Using the Big Rock Sports App, retailers are able to walk through their store and scan back tags and UPC codes with a mobile device. They can then build a cart and place an order with Big Rock Sports, which can be sent directly from their mobile device. The app, which syncs to Big Rock’s full inventory, does not require internet access to use.

“The new mobile app that Big Rock Sports just released is going to revolutionize ordering for all of their customers,” said Rob Gensorek, owner of Basin Tackle in Charleston, OR. “They have mitigated the need for a standalone ordering scanner. No longer will back tags have to be taken off the wall and carried up to the main computer. Big Rock just saved us time and increased our accuracy.”

The Big Rock Sports App works on both Apple and Android devices. It’s also simple for users to navigate thanks to a design that’s similar to Big Rock’s website.

“We wanted to save our customers time and effort,” said Mitch Mitchell, Vice President of Marketing and Customer Experience at Big Rock Sports. “The Big Rock Sports App will drastically cut the amount of time that it takes to re-stock their stores. In addition, Big Rock’s customers can receive some great app-only promotions and specials that we have planned.”

Big Rock Sports customers can find the app through Google Play or the App Store. To download, they should visit the app store, search for “Big Rock Sports” and choose the Big Rock Sports “Shopping” app. Once the app is downloaded, they will need to choose the corresponding country flag. Login requires a Big Rock Sports username and password.

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