Teeing Off With Spradley

Master, Melissa
January 2005
Convenience Store News;1/10/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p82
Trade Publication
This article presents an interview with Melissa Master, technology consultant at Spectrum Stores Inc. New York-style plain bagel chips, is the convenience store product he can live on for a week. Yesterday, Master was in a department store and he stood on a chair to get a sweater off the display rack, and he got caught by the manager. Willy Wonka, at the Chocolate Factory, is the most admirable fictional character of Master.


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