merchandise


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merchandise

A regional term for illicit drugs.
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As a Merchandise Manager, Meagher has overseen portable audio and home office since joining the Company in 1987.
But now that Cross Colours is available everywhere, from department stores to boutiques, Tucker has elected not to buy any new merchandise for his stores this fall.
Be that as it may, the merchandise is likely to find plenty of buyers - though it may not be for everyone.
Wilson was appointed divisional merchandise manager -- Leisure in 1984 and was most recently divisional merchandise manager -- Home Entertainment and Home Improvement.
It sold $90 million of wholesale merchandise, partly because Sony followed the movie with a children's TV show.
All officially licensed merchandise should display the "Officially Licensed Collegiate Products" hologram on the product or hangtag.
Despite a few disappointments, movie studios are cashing in on movie-related merchandise as never before, leaving parents to cope with the onslaught of products and their children's demands.
that the transaction value of imported merchandise (in this case, subway cars) was based on the price of the sale from the middleman to the ultimate U.
He joined May Company, Cleveland, in 1976 as divisional vice president and director of merchandise processing.
BD&A), the nation's premier Merchandise Agency(SM), specializing in helping Fortune 1000 companies achieve their full brand potential, today announced the appointments of two new executives to its senior management team: Jeff Hansen as the Vice President and General Manager of its Consumer Products Division and Alison Paisley as its Vice President of Marketing.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- Raymond Zimmerman, Chairman of the Board of Service Merchandise Company, Inc.
Through leveraging our existing relationships with these vendors we would be able to offer branded merchandise to them.