Diverse services help firm endure

Sharp, Jo Ellen Meyers
July 2008
Indianapolis Business Journal;7/28/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 21, p27
The article provides information on All Pack Specialists in Fisher, Indiana. Owned by Sue Burkhart Muse, the company specializes in shipping supplies, retail packaging, clothing and promotional items. It states that Muse's goal is to maintain the firm's sales level from the previous years and strive for a 10-15% increase. It outlines on how Muse expanded her business to keep afloat during economic downturn.


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