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Bill Doerr

Michelle you make an excellent point.

Notably that the alignment (good word!) between the promotion and the execution must be seamless. Anything less is a discrepancy that leaves room for a disgruntled buyer to leave or, a proactive competitor to reach in and steal them away.

Nice observations. Thank you.

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