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Rick Munson
Paramount Business
Development, Inc.
745 Main Street
Stroudsburg, PA
Dec 19, 2018
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8 Surefire Ways to Grow Your Business in 2019
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Ecommerce is growing rapidly. Each year, more and more people purchase goods online. There are huge advantages to this—both for consumers ...
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One can hardly turn on the news these days without seeing a story on how some disaster--from a winter storm to a domestic terrorist attack ...
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Trivia
Where did Levi Strauss come from, and what did his blue jeans first sell for in 1850?
See the answer below.
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Perhaps no other industry is as impacted by customer demand as retail. Today's customers want immediate, easy, 24/7 shopping experiences ...
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What Year Was It?
President Clinton Impeached
What Year
Two articles of impeach­ment are approved by the US House of Representatives against President Bill Clinton, charging him with lying under oath to a federal grand jury and obstructing justice.
The day was Dec 19. What year was it?
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Trivia Answer
Where did Levi Strauss come from, and what did his blue jeans first sell for in 1850?
Answer: He came from Bavaria, and the original price was $13.50.
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