Here and There

Leand, Judy
January 2006
SGB;Jan2006, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p6
Trade Publication
The article reflects on the transit strike in New York City. The city has become a nightmare to navigate, replete with total gridlock, freezing temperatures, and commuting options. Flexibility and innovative problem solving will become increasingly critical ingredients to success in the sporting goods industry. It offers solution for ending the transit strike.


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