Tubby Talk

Prather, Michelle
September 1999
Entrepreneur;Sep99, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p22
Interviews marketing entrepreneur Kenn Viselman. Views on the television program `Teletubbies'; Views on merchandising products; Advantages of an unknown product; Marketing strategy of his company The itsy bitsy Entertainment Company.


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