Dayanara shoe line in stores by Oct. 15

Rodriguez, Sandra D.
August 1993
Caribbean Business;8/19/1993, Vol. 21 Issue 33, p42
Reports on Almacenes Gonzalez's marketing efforts for its Dayanara shoe line. Packaging, added items within each shoe box and reasonable price; Inclusion of a photograph of Miss Universe 1993 Dayanara Torres Delgado; Tony Molla as designer; Background on the development of the Dayanara shoe line.


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