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01/09/2008

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Jackie

Hey Kevin,

I'm not sure if this was a public posting or not but I saw that you have a few extra tickets to the NRF show this year. I work for a company that manufactures casing for all kinds of portable electronics and we REALLY want to get in the show but are sort of a start up company that doesn't have a lot of extra cash to spend. Any way you can help?? Please let me know. I appreciate it so much!

Thanks!

Jackie

Homzmart

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Web Design Tampa

I think Retailers are now hoping to focus more on bringing new concepts to stores and luring customers by the age-old marketing ploy of replacing customer needs by wants.

crowdSPRING

There is consumer chain between wholesaler and retailer...Wholesaler has less profit instead of retailers...The consumer wants to buy single or less products than will go to retailer and in case of bulk buying they will go to wholesaler...

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