Back to basics

Radice, Carol
October 1997
Progressive Grocer;Oct97, Vol. 76 Issue 10, p53
Trade Publication
Reveals that small-store retailers put emphasis on the basics of promotion to spark sales. Formula for a successful promotion; Problems in promotional programs; Effect of promotional programs to the sales of general merchandise and health and beauty care products. INSET: Promotion through technology..


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