Ingram closes rackjobbing unit; accounts go to two competitors

Christman, Ed
November 1995
Billboard;11/4/95, Vol. 107 Issue 44, p5
Trade Publication
Reports on the closure of the Ingram Distribution Group rackjobbing operation. Implications for Ingram from closure; Accounts referred to Eurpac Entertainment and Handleman; Information on Ingram; Statement from Ingram Distribution chairman and Chief Executive Officer Philip Pfeffer.


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