They priced themselves out of relevancy with razors and when a cheaper alternative came, it took YEARS to address the price. They gave up on innovation within Olay and are getting their ass kicked by everyone due to new ingredients. They think people want premium toothpaste, and the category is inelastic it not and people don want to pay $15 for toothpaste.
At the time of this deal, I didn’t have a virtual assistant or a team. I was making all the calls (we now have our family team, a great support staff, and a team of VAs), and I was the only person in the company. I called on an expired listing, and Deb answered.
Also starting Gary Oldman, Christopher Walken, Dennis Hopper, Samuel L Jackson, James Gandolphini, Brad Pitt, Michael Rappaport, Chris Penn, Tom Sizemore, Val Killer, and Bronson fucking Pinchot. So, probably one of the most amazing casts ever, and most of them were unknowns or barely knowns at that point. Infinitely rewatchable.
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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileThousands of people gathered in downtown Vancouver on Saturday to celebrate the one year anniversary of the 2010 Winter Olympics, while others protested the Games’ legacy.Last Feb. 12, hundreds of thousands of people filled the streets of Vancouver and Whistler as the Games officially opened.Exactly one year later, on a rainy afternoon, spectators, families, and former 2010 volunteers filled Robson Square in downtown Vancouver, the epicentre of the Games.John Furlong, who was VANOC’s CEO, was given a standing ovation.”I think it’s a fantastic thing to say that we saw what sport can do to a nation, how sport can bring a country together and allow it to have a moment like the one we had.”However, at a rally in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside on Saturday, protesters said the Olympics left a legacy of homelessness.”The Olympics helped bring things forward more quickly in the Downtown Eastside in terms of more market development,” activist Wendy Pedersen said. “And all of that momentum is driving up the prices of land and rents for low income people.”The Games were also controversial because of the death of Georgian luger Nodar Kumaritashvili, who lost control of his sled and flew off the luge track during a training run.An inquiry found that his death was an unforeseeable accident, but internal emails obtained by the CBC through British Columbia’s Access to Information Act suggest Olympic organizers knew the track might be dangerous.Read more.How do you see the 2010 Winter Olympics’ legacy? Do you think the Games were positive or negative for Canada? Let us know in the comments below.Grammys: Were you surprised by the winners at the Grammy Awards?Regine Chassagne, centre left, and Win Butler, centre right, are joined by fellow band members of Arcade Fire to accept the award for album of the year at Grammy Awards on Sunday.