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All-New Wolverine 003 by Tom Taylor

By Tom Taylor

Are you able to deal with THE lethal secret OF THE 4 SISTERS?

It's WOLVERINE vs. TASKMASTER during this explosive issue!

Can Laura continue to exist ALCHEMAX'S military of mercenaries?

What is the devastating mystery the SISTERS were protecting?

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Studies all suggest a deep-rooted hostility to more clutter, yet traditional marketers continue unabated. If folks don’t respond to thirty-second spots, they’ll embed products in the TV shows instead. If that doesn’t seem to work either, they’ll get the products on the news. If people turn off their televisions, they’ll call them at home. They’ll get you at work, at play, at the restaurant, at the hospital, at university, at the wedding, and at the funeral. Like a nightmare salesman, they will intrude and infiltrate and invade until you notice.

Open. Earlier that year, another branded streaker emblazoned with the casino’s online coordinates took a sprint through the French Open; the same guy did a buff victory lap at the UEFA Cup soccer final in Spain. The “streaker as advertising” medium worked so well in getting the attention of a slack-jawed press that the company continues to expose itself through publicity stunts during global sporting events, most recently the 2004 Super Bowl and at the Athens Olympics, when a man in a purple tutu outwitted terrorist-obsessed security guards and dove into the Olympic swimming pool in front of the world’s cameras.

12 How, in such a short time, has Dov Charney managed to achieve this level of success? How did a company come to dominate an industry with such an apparently unorthodox business model? How did it grow so fast without airing one TV commercial, and only once advertising in a magazine with a circulation over 100,000? According to Charney, the answer to those questions is very simple. It is a matter of how you treat people—not only employees, but also all those within the sphere of influence of the company, including suppliers and, of course, customers.

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