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  • This Luxury Cannabis Company Is Completely Revolutionizing the Way We Think About Weed

    11/10/2017 6:36:48 AM PST · by 2ndDivisionVet · 170 replies
    POP SUGAR ^ | November 9, 2017 | Nicole Yi
    As marijuana legalization continues across the country, weed is becoming increasingly mainstream. However, as much as the stoner stereotype has evolved into a broader label that also encompasses CEOs, educated millennials, and the Spicolis of the world, it still has a negative connotation. Industry leaders have quickly learned that destigmatizing marijuana use begins with educating the public, but Adrian Sedlin of Canndescent has figured out that, as with anything, it's really all about branding. Sedlin's luxury cannabis company offers premium flower alongside sophisticated packaging that no other company in the current market rivals. One look and I can almost guarantee...
  • "Licensed to Lie: Exposing Corruption in the Department of Justice" by Sidney Powell

    11/03/2017 2:55:35 PM PDT · by Titus-Maximus · 28 replies
    Notes | 11/3/2017 | Titus-Maximus
    “Licensed to Lie” is a soul crusher of a book that in very naked terms exposes the ugly corruption the we see in the Department of Justice. This book, written in 2014, will destroy any faith you have left in the American justice system, for the ending is not happy. You will weep for your country as a horde of “arrogant, narcissistic, overzealous, ignorant, corrupt” federal prosecutors suborn perjury, withhold evidence, threaten citizens, extort witnesses through solitary confinement, harass families, knowingly send innocent people to prison, and lie with every breath, with no one to stop their crime wave, except...
  • Commissioned Salespeople Get A Bad Rap. Here's Why You Should Hire More.

    10/31/2017 8:39:48 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 12 replies
    Forbes ^ | October 31, 2017 | William DeFries
    “Used Car Salesman.” The moment you read those words, what do you see in your mind’s eye? Probably a hyper-enthusiastic, slick-tongued guy in a cheap suit who’s more than happy to overpromise and underdeliver while doing his best to hide the fine print. It’s easy to imagine, isn’t it? The Used Car Sales profession has become synonymous with dangerously unethical persuasive tactics. As the Owner and Founder of businesses in several industries -- from Integrated Systems to Family Restaurants to Car Washes -- I network with other Entrepreneurs on a regular basis. During casual chit-chat, more than once someone has...
  • BOOM! NFL Ticket Sales Down 18% in Week Since Mass Anti-Military Anthem Protests

    09/28/2017 7:03:49 PM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 70 replies
    GP ^ | 09/28/17 | Jim Hoft
    This had to hurt. NFL ticket sales down 18% down this week. Last Sunday over 200 NFL players knelt during the US national anthem on Gold Star Mothers Day.   StubHub announced a 10% discount in NFL tickets this week. And now this… NFL ticket sales are down 18% compared to last year at this time.The Washington Examiner reported: The National Football League is feeling the impact of the “Trump Effect.” Ticket sales since he called on team owners to fire players who take a knee to protest the National Anthem have cratered. The online ticket reseller TickPick told Secrets that sales have dropped 17.9...
  • WATCH LIVE: AG Sessions will announce resumption of sales of military hardware to local police

    08/28/2017 7:42:31 AM PDT · by Enlightened1 · 44 replies
    Yotube ^ | 08/28/ | Jeff Sessions
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCM6_ilmByc  
  • 5 Brand Strategies Your Small Business Can Learn from Luxury Brands

    08/21/2017 4:07:10 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 27 replies
    The Huffington Post ^ | August 21, 2017 | Hanna Fitz
    For years luxury brands have mesmerized us with highly desirable products and services. They inspire us to dream bigger and leave us desiring more. You can learn so much about attracting ideal clients from these dream building brands. I had a client (let’s call the brand was called “Arnanda”) this client had on their list On the outside, it seemed that this client was a success but this client was struggling financially to reach more high-end clients and make a profit. On the other hand, another one of my clients from Italy, who had worked as a consultant for Salvatore...
  • 25 Tips for Small Businesses Selling at Farmers Markets

    08/16/2017 8:19:49 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 7 replies
    Small Business Trends ^ | August 14, 2017 | Annie Pilon
    Farmers markets offer great opportunities for farmers and other small businesses to connect with customers and make sales. But it’s not as easy as just reserving a booth and setting some products out on a table. Here are 25 tips to help you succeed when selling at farmers markets. Selling at Farmers Markets Visit Markets Beforehand One of the biggest factors in your farmers market success is the actual market. You need to find one that fits with what you want to accomplish. And the best way to make that determination is to go and see for yourself. Leigh Adcock,...
  • Kellogg’s Laying Off More Than 400 in Texas

    05/31/2017 1:00:58 PM PDT · by blam · 48 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 5-31-2017 | Merrill Hope
    The troubles continue for cereal giant Kellogg’s as it announced layoffs of more than 400 Texans working in company distribution centers this summer. In this latest round of layoffs, 421 employees will lose their jobs in two Texas distribution centers–201 in Fort Worth and 220 in Houston. Part of a larger ongoing cost-cutting measure, the cereal manufacturer told the Texas Workforce Commission it plans to cut most of the affected staff between July 29 and August 17, according to The Dallas Morning News. In February, the beleaguered Kellogg Company announced it intended to axe around 1,100 jobs from payroll nationwide,...
  • Nordstrom Now Selling $425 ‘Mud-Coated’ Jeans for People Who Want to Pretend they Have a ‘Dirty’ Job

    04/26/2017 12:53:38 PM PDT · by brucedickinson · 36 replies
    Heat Street ^ | 4-24-2017 | Lukas Mikelionis
    Ever feel like your job in Hollywood or your large trust fund has left you out of touch with the working class in America? Well, now there’s a new way to reconnect with the hoi polloi: Buy a pair of $425 jeans that promise to show “you’re not afraid to get down and dirty.” Luxury fashion retailer Nordstrom was previously best known for dropping Ivanka Trump’s brand back in February—unofficially out of political spite, officially because of declining sales. The company is now desperate to ruin its own brand further by selling a pair of working class-inspired pants, so that...
  • Civil Rights Icon John Lewis Digs Into History of Civil Rights Movement [Selling Stuff]

    04/03/2017 4:45:20 AM PDT · by SoFloFreeper · 14 replies
    WLRN-TV ^ | 4/3/17 | Amanda Rabines
    Hundreds of Miami-Dade County students had a chance to meet Georgia Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis at the New Birth Baptist Church in Opa Locka Saturday. Lewis was there to talk about his trilogy graphic novel “March”—co-authored by his political aide Andrew Aydin and illustrated by Nate Powell.
  • Why AI Won't Replace (Great) Salespeople

    04/01/2017 12:31:51 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 20 replies
    Entrepreneur ^ | March 31, 2017 | Kyle Porter
    Recently, much has been made of the role that artificial intelligence will play in taking our jobs. From manufacturing to driving to fighting wars, AI’s ascendancy into the workforce elicits everything from celebration to consternation. Depending on who you ask, AI will save jobs, or create jobs, or will banish humans from the job market forever. While the singularity is a long way off, the anxiety has set in. Salespeople are nervous, too. A million business-to-business salespeople are already in danger of losing their jobs to websites by 2020, according to Forrester. The basic sales jobs are already migrating to...
  • Why sales of Ivanka Trump products surged in February

    03/12/2017 8:07:10 AM PDT · by 11th_VA · 18 replies
    CSMonitor ^ | Mar 12, 2017 | Mengqi Sun
    MARCH 11, 2017 —After several major department stores, including Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus, dropped Ivanka Trump’s products, citing poor performance, the company's revenue boomed in February, mostly from online sales. Though the first daughter divested herself from her eponymous brand in January, a wave of high profile news surrounding the label – including calls for boycotts – combined with full-throated support of the brand from the White House made the sales of Ivanka-brand items more political than ever. Abigail Klem, who took over as president of the fashion label after the election, confirmed the company’s rapid growth online since last...
  • Liberals Boycott Ivanka Trump But Her Clothing Line Do Record Sales! Liberals Go Crazy… Lol

    03/08/2017 8:50:16 AM PST · by Morgana · 31 replies
    The Doctor Of Common Sense ^ | march 8, 2017 | ET Williams
    Liberals Boycott Ivanka Trump But Her Clothing Line Do Record Sales! Liberals Go Crazy… Lol
  • Ivanka Trump clothing line reports record sales

    03/08/2017 6:17:07 AM PST · by ctpsb · 18 replies
    The Hill ^ | 03/07/2017 | Judy Kurtz
    "Ivanka Trump’s eponymous women’s fashion line is reporting record sales figures despite calls for a boycott and controversies surrounding President Trump. “Since the beginning of February, they were some of the best performing weeks in the history of the brand,” Abigail Klem, the president of the Ivanka Trump fashion brand, tells Refinery29 in an interview published Tuesday."
  • Sales of Ivanka Trump's perfume soar after Nordstrom row

    02/18/2017 9:47:45 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 52 replies
    The Telegraph ^ | 02/18/2017 | Chris Graham
    There's no such thing as bad publicity, as Ivanka Trump is discovering. The president's daughter was caught up in a row this month when Nordstrom said it would stop selling the her brand of products. Although the upmarket department store said the decision was simply down to poor sales, Donald Trump accused the company of treating his daughter "so unfairly". His senior adviser, Kellyanne Conway, was then "counselled" by the White House after urging the president’s supporters to buy Ivanka's line of products, which includes clothing, jewellery, handbags and other goods. The encouragement may have paid off as her perfume...
  • Joy Villa’s Album Sales Up 18,106,633% Within Hours Of Wearing The Make America Great Again Dress

    02/13/2017 4:29:50 AM PST · by davikkm · 28 replies
    thegatewaypundit ^ | Ryan Saavedra
    http://16004-presscdn-0-50.pagely.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/joyvilla2-575x777.png Within a matter of hours of wearing the now famous Make America Great Again dress, Joy Villa’s album I Make the Static has skyrocketed in the sales ranking on Amazon. Previously the album was ranked #543,202 on Amazon and now it is currently ranked #3. The top 3 albums under the ‘Movers & Shakers’ categories all belong to Joy Villa.
  • Ivanka Trump Sales Increasing

    02/12/2017 6:22:04 PM PST · by markomalley · 25 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 2/12/17 | Douglas V. Gibbs
    The whole mess about Ivanka Trump’s clothing line, shoe sales, and other accessories, is not about retail sales or whether or not the daughter of President Trump has a product capable of performing in the current market.  Sure, Kellyanne Conway should not have plugged Ivanka’s products. She holds an official government position, and she’s not supposed to promote any product on the market, but she’s new at this, she now knows about the ethics questions that have arisen (the Trump administration says she has been “counseled” on the issue), and she now realizes (though I think she already knew...
  • Are Ad-Blockers Saving Internet Users, or Ruining the Internet?

    01/13/2017 1:49:00 PM PST · by qam1 · 78 replies
    Motherboard ^ | 1/13/2017 | Meredith Rutland Bauer
    Ad-blockers may seem like an answer to an internet user’s prayers. No annoying pop-ups, no promos before videos and no concerns about accidentally clicking on a virus. But for ad-driven websites, they’re a revenue leech that needs to be pried off. This is becoming one of the internet's biggest debates. More countries are cracking down on ad-blockers—the EU’s European Commission even proposed a rule this week that would allow media companies to ban users who use ad-blockers. The debate is no longer on the fringes with tech’s biggest names, including Facebook, weighing in. “Ads support our mission of giving people...
  • At Donald Trump’s Properties, a Showcase for a Brand and a President-Elect

    11/22/2016 5:13:13 PM PST · by Beautiful_Gracious_Skies · 8 replies
    The New York Times ^ | November 22, 2016 | Jeremy W. Peters
    They stood in line at Trump Tower, sometimes up to half an hour, handing over their cash for mementos of the president-elect: mini, gold-wrapped chocolate bricks stamped “Trump.” Trump monogrammed sweaters, towels and glassware. Trump cologne. “I bought it for my two sons,” said Shanon Loggins, 47, of Lufkin, Tex., showing off a golden shopping bag embossed with the Trump crest that carried two bottles of “Success by Trump,” a fragrance for men. “They need to be successful,” she explained. Business is good for Donald J. Trump. People are flocking to his Midtown Manhattan skyscraper, dining in his restaurants and...
  • Why there’s no surge in ammo sales this election year

    08/18/2016 11:30:41 AM PDT · by PROCON · 59 replies
    guns.com ^ | Aug. 17, 2016 | Daniel Terrill
    In 2008 and 2012 the firearms industry saw a surge in both gun and ammo sales thanks to the presidential election, and while this cycle is no different for gun sales — in fact, this maybe a record year — ammo is a different story. Mark DeYoung, chief executive officer of Vista Outdoor, a conglomerate of shooting and outdoor brands said consumers just aren’t buying up ammunition like they had in those years. “As you’ll recall, we were out of stock,” he said during a conference call with investors last week. He thinks consumers built up a vast inventory...