The Ride of His Life

Sauer, Patrick J.
February 2004
Inc.;Feb2004, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p82
Focuses on the efforts of Robert Klick to introduce his invented Po-Knee toy in the business. Problems encountered by Klick; Agreement of several retailers to sell the Po-Knee; Support of Klick's family for his business venture; Response of Klick to the offers of specialty stores.


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