merchandising


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merchandising

a fringe activity for rural veterinarians; the selling of nonethical medicines which are generally available to the public without prescription. It is extended by some veterinarians to include general items such as grooming kits and dog collars.
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So far, its merchandising tie-ins include a line of plush toys designed by Woodland Hills-based Applause/Dakin.
May Merchandising, and its subsidiary, May Department Stores International, employ 430 people in New York.
Two super-hyped films, Disney's ``Dick Tracy'' and Sony's ``The Last Action Hero,'' also were merchandising disappointments.
Exhibit Merchandising LLC, located in Aurora, Ohio, was formed in 2004 to handle the affiliated merchandising opportunities that its principals created in forming Magic Arts & Entertainment.
We developed Metrics-Driven Merchandising in response to customer demand, and by working closely with our partners," stated Corey J.
We want customers to be able to find outfits and not just items - this understanding of merchandising was key to selecting Mercado," added Polenz.
In the past year, merchandising activity has declined in more than half of all CPG categories as CPG marketers begin to recognize that more is not always better with respect to merchandising.
Buley, division president of merchandising, marketing and global supply chain.
The population of pre-schoolers is on the rise, and retailers are looking to character licensing and merchandising to drive sales.
NYSE: HKF), a leading specialty store retailer, today announced that Gail Moore has joined the Company as Senior Vice President and Chief Merchandising Officer.