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PCJ Holding, Inc. continually seeks new vendor partners to provide merchandise for our 10 online stores and one competition site, as well as goods and services for use in our operations. In doing so, PCJ Holding recognizes that at the heart of retailing is creativity and that by bringing together a broad array of talents, our business is enhanced. This is particularly true in our vendor relationships. As our vendors have grown from coast to coast to worldwide, we continue to see the benefits this diversity brings to all of us in the retail industry. From a business perspective, we know that if we want to continue to be the best at what we do, then we need to attract and retain the best talent, both as employees and suppliers. This is essential to the future of our business, and in turn, to yours.

Of the many initiatives PCJ Holding has pursued on behalf of our expanding diversity strategy, supplier diversity is an area of special importance. To assist in the growth of talented small businesses, PCJ Holding strives to purchase from and support vendors who are certified as minority or women owned. We work to purchase goods and services from these business enterprises and encourage prospective suppliers to join us as partners and take advantage of our Supplier Diversity Program. Partnerships are truly win-win – PCJ Holding discovers talented new suppliers for high quality, competitively priced merchandise and our vendors see their businesses grow. It is this growth that is essential for the health and growth of the communities where we all live and do business.

Learn more about PCJ Holding commitment to Diversity and Inclusion. Click here.

Vendor Opportunities 

Retail Vendors (Branded Merchandise)  

As a retail company, opportunities to place merchandise in our stores can be found in just about every department, specifically:

  • Women’s: Moderate Sportswear, Outerwear, Active, Swim, Junior’s, Accessories, Sleep Wear, Day Wear, Intimate, Casual, Career and Dresses.

  • Men’s: Neckwear, Knit & Woven Sportswear, Young Men’s, Outerwear, Furnishings, Contemporary, Accessories and Suits.

  • Children’s : All areas.

  • Accessories : All areas.

  • Cosmetics: Fragrance, Bath & Body, Color & Treatment lines.

Certified minority- or women-owned enterprises based in the United States may qualify for the PCJ Holding, Inc. Supplier Diversity Program, send to us all relevant information to

(Current PCJ Holding, Inc. vendors can log-in with their confidential passwords to get more detailed information.)


  • Advertising/Digital marketing.

  • Production Services.

  • Special Events.

  • Accessories : All areas.


  • Cybersecurity.

  • Hardware/ Software.

  • Temporary Labor.

  • Telecom.


  • Construction.

  • Maintenance/Restoration.

  • Floor and Wall Coverings.

  • Electrical Equipment and Supplies.

  • Draperies, Curtains and Upholstery.

  • HVAC/ Plumbing.

  • Landscaping/Snow removal.

  • Waste management.


  • ID - Badges, Buttons, Pins.

  • Office Supplies.

Vendor Code of Conduct

Ensuring the Rights and Protection of Workers

Since 2016, PCJ Holding, Inc. has required its PCJ Holding private label vendors to comply with its Vendor & Supplier Code of Conduct (the “Vendor Code”) that sets clear, stringent standards and requirements for suppliers doing business with PCJ Holding, Inc. The Vendor Code is designed to help protect workers both in this country and abroad and requires compliance with child, forced labor, wage and hour, and unsafe working condition standards. Between 2016 and 2019 we terminated our business relationships with 10 factories for noncompliance with the Vendor Code.

The Vendor Code is posted on The Vendor Code and related documents are available to vendors on the company’s vendor site and are an integral part of our business relationship with our vendors.

Working with Manufacturers and Suppliers that Share Our Commitment to Fair Labor Practices. PCJ Holding, Inc. and its subsidiaries are firm in their resolve to do business only with those manufacturers and suppliers that share the company’s commitment to fair labor practices, including adherence to laws that protect workers and their salaries, both in the United States and abroad.

As a condition of doing business with PCJ Holding, Inc., it is required that manufacturers comply with all laws applicable to the country in which the merchandise is manufactured, including but not limited to laws against child or forced labor and unsafe working conditions. This condition is reiterated on every purchase order issued by the company; the purchase order contractually commits product manufacturers to adhere to applicable laws in the fulfillment of the order, providing PCJ Holding, Inc. with an avenue of legal recourse should the contract be violated.

To further the objective of ensuring the protection of workers, PCJ Holding, Inc. has adopted and issued to its vendors a clear statement of its standards in a detailed Vendor / Supplier Code of Conduct. Additionally, the company requires its core vendors to acknowledge in writing their understanding of the company’s policies requiring full compliance with all applicable laws in the manufacture of products to be carried in PCJ Holding, Inc. stores. Relationships with manufacturers and suppliers who do not sign this agreement are immediately terminated by PCJ Holding, Inc. In the manufacture of private label products being made exclusively for PCJ Holding, Inc., the company routinely inspects factories for contractual compliance, as well as compliance with laws and regulations dealing with child or forced labor and unsafe working conditions.

Upon learning of a potential or actual violation of law by either a supplier of merchandise to PCJ Holding, Inc. or a subcontractor hired by such a supplier, PCJ Holding, Inc. will take the following actions:

When notified by the U.S. Department of Labor or any state or foreign government, or after determining upon its own inspection that a supplier or its subcontractor has committed a serious violation of law relating to child or forced labor or unsafe working conditions, PCJ Holding, Inc. may suspend all shipments of merchandise from that factory and will discontinue further business with the supplier. PCJ Holding, Inc. will demand that the supplier institute monitoring programs necessary to ensure compliance with applicable laws prior to the resumption of any business dealings with that supplier. This action will be in addition to any contractual or legal remedies available to PCJ Holding, Inc. pursuant to the purchase contract.

Upon notification of a violation of law by a supplier or its subcontractor, other than as set forth above, PCJ Holding, Inc. shall immediately suspend further shipments from that factory, pending receipt of a detailed explanation from the supplier that describes the circumstances surrounding the violation, the supplier’s position with respect to the violation, and a commitment by the supplier to take remedial action to PCJ Holding, Inc.’s satisfaction. This action will be in addition to any contractual or legal remedies available to PCJ Holding, Inc. pursuant to the purchase contract.

PCJ Holding, Inc. reserves the right to investigate any potential violation of the law and, at its discretion, to suspend, discontinue or terminate its relationship with any supplier for its failure to comply with any laws applicable to merchandise produced in the United States or any other country.

Through the establishment of these policies and the proactive measures discussed, PCJ Holding, Inc. believes it is most effectively exercising its economic leverage with manufacturers to encourage their full compliance with laws designed to protect their workers; manufacturers who violate these laws know the consequences of their actions. In addition to its commitment to fully enforce its policies with manufacturers, PCJ Holding, Inc. is committed to cooperating with state and federal agencies who ultimately are responsible for enforcing these laws.

Supplier Diversity

Supplier Diversity Program Requirements

To be considered for our Supplier Diversity Program, you must be based in the United States and maintain current certification by an accepted certifying body as a minority diverse -or women-owned business enterprise.

Diverse- and Women-Owned Supplier Certification

In addition to city, state, and federal agencies, PCJ Holding accepts certifications from the following third-party agencies:

National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)

Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)

National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC)

National Veteran Business Development Council (NVBDC)

Registration Portal

Interested in Becoming a Supplier?

To help you better understand the process to become a supplier of PCJ Holding, Inc., please review the following sections of our website: Vendor Guidelines and Frequently Asked Questions.

Suppliers are strongly encouraged to relay their unique value proposition in a clear, succinct manner. After submitting your information to us as a prospective supplier, you will be contacted if an opportunity becomes available.

Please note: submitting your information to us does not guarantee your company will receive a request to bid and/or a contract from PCJ Holding, Inc., nor does it imply that your company has any type of procurement relationship with PCJ Holding, PCJ Marketing & Webmedia Communication Company, its business trade names and subsidiaries either now or in the future. Information provided by your company to PCJ Holding, Inc. will be treated in a confidential manner and will be subject to reasonable and prudent safeguards against improper disclosure.

Guidelines for High-Quality Vendors

As a company with only 4 years of retail history, we ask a lot of our partners. In keeping with our standards of quality and service, we seek conscientious and reliable vendors who can provide us with high quality, high-performance and competitive prices.

As a potential vendor to PCJ Holding, you should be prepared to discuss the following.

For Product Vendors

Target Customer:

Age, average income, median family size, geographic location, population size and expected growth.

Product Demand:

Where you see it coming from in the future.

Benefits for PCJ Holding:

How your product will help position PCJ Holding to take advantage of future demand.

How PCJ Holding can gain market share with your product, control costs and/or maximize sales. The added value your product has over your competition.

How your packaging enhances the image and appearance of the product compared to the products currently carried by PCJ Holding, Inc.

How your product will positively impact related products in our stores.


Your direct and indirect competition in the market.

For Service Vendors

Cost Savings:

How your service will save PCJ Holding, Inc. money.


How your service will increase speed, accuracy and /or quality to PCJ Holding operations.


Where you see it coming from in the future and ways growth in your service will help PCJ Holding.

Benefits for PCJ Holding:

How PCJ Holding can gain market share with your service and control costs and/or maximize sales. The advantages and benefits of using your service rather than a competitor’s similar service.


Your direct and indirect competition in the market.

Related Services:

Whether your service impacts other related services or products in our stores and if so, how.

For Vendors of Non-retail

Products Savings:

How your non-retail products will reduce costs for PCJ Holding.


How your service will increase speed, accuracy and /or quality to PCJ Holding operations.

Benefits for PCJ Holding:

How PCJ Holding can gain market share with your service, control costs and/or maximize sales. The advantages and benefits of using your service rather than a competitor’s similar service.


Your direct and indirect competition in the market.

Related Services:

Whether your non-retail product impacts other related services or products we buy and if so, how.