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          I Couldn’t Have Said it Better…

          Here’s a great quote from Josh Gordon that I wanted to share…

          Marketing dollars spent during slow times are the best investment a company can make.

          Your marketing dollars work harder in slow times. If your competition is less active, this is a time to steal market share.

          Just because your customers are not buying at recent levels does not mean they have stopped reading, thinking or formulating opinions about the companies and brands they buy from.

          Period.

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