"How can you find time?" She shook an arch finger at him鈥攂ut there was an angry spark in the hazel eyes. "Beware!" she said merrily. "The power of the faithful secretary is threatened by the adored wife. You'd better accept my offer of an alliance when it is open." "You are to go to James Renfrew, 120 Broadway, who will hand you a communication from me." 欧美成年性色生活片,国产精品大陆在线视频,亚洲第一成年网站视频 "Me and Sam used to have a big time picking items. We'd go buy a Dallas newspaper and a Little Rocknewspaper and a Fort Smith newspaper, and he'd say, 'Well now, Phil, let's make us up some kind of anad for this weekend.' So we'd look around the store and find a big display of socks or a big display ofpanties, or a wastebasket, or a broom, or a big old stack of motor oil. We'd pick out, say, twenty items,and then we'd sit down on the floor with a pair of scissors and go through those newspapers until wefound some store that had run oil, and we'd just cut out the oil can and paste it on there and write'Pennzoil 30W' and stick our price on it. And we'd do the same thing for the socks and the panties andthe wastebasket just make up our own ad out of everybody else's ads in those newspapers. But itworked! Because we made real hot prices. He'd say there was no use running an ad everybody else wasrunning for the same price, or why would they come in Sam was a dime store man so at first he wantedto make a certain percentage of profit on everything. But he came around to the idea that a real hot itemwould really bring them in the store so we finally started running things like toothpaste for sixteen cents atube. Then we'd have to worry about getting enough of it in stock."A little later on, Phil ran what became one of the most famous item promotions in our history. We senthim down to open store number 52 in Hot Springs, Arkansasthe first store we ever opened in a townthat already had a Kmart. Phil got there and decided Kmart had been getting away with some pretty highprices in the absence of any discounting competition. So he worked up a detergent promotion that turnedinto the world's largest display ever of Tide, or maybe Cheersome detergent. He worked out a deal toget about $1.00 off a case if he would buy some absolutely ridiculous amount of detergent, somethinglike 3,500 cases of the giant-sized box. Then he ran it as an ad promotion for, say, $1.99 a box, off fromthe usual $3.97. Well, when all of us in the Bentonville office saw how much he'd bought, we reallythought old Phil had completely gone over the dam. This was an unbelievable amount of soap. It made upa pyramid of detergent boxes that ran twelve to eighteen cases highall the way to the ceiling, and it was75 or 100 feet long, which took up the whole aisle across the back of the store, and then it was about 12feet wide so you could hardly get past it. I think a lot of companies would have fired Phil for that one, butwe always felt we had to try some of this crazy stuff.