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Oppose for sure. Let people make the choice. Paper or plastic. How can people in Chicago pick up after dogs? Not with a paper bag. It is just that laws are too many and people should decide. Too many laws, people. Too many laws.

P.S.: Retailers can...

As we were taught so long ago in the POS world, the last contact point the shopper has with the store or site is POS thus the POS devices and the employees must must be the ones to leave the strong POSitive impression on the shopper.

Millennials can do whatever...

Trunkclub modified? Too much thinking and too early. Need more merchants and a centralized distribution center or advanced drop ship system.

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I'm with Lee Peterson on the panel comments. WF is a well-marketed machine, like Starbucks. They have programmed their target audience to their channel and stolen their remotes. These people also push the WF game and if WF raised, changed, or fixed prices, they would not care, they are...

If I were Target or any other retailer I would go dark on this ASAP. I would have mentioned that advanced steps are being taken on cybercrime issues and go dark. The PR team, on a drive to re-install a new, more prepared image of Target with customers needs...

Amazon can roll out their shopper death card with pride and join all the other shopper site specific cards. Nothing new here, just more PR content for their aggressive marketing department. They want to cut some card fees and make some money on a loser interest rate. Amazon cares...

I hope they go for it. Nice to see them run over in their own drive-thru. Food drive-thrus are great for basics — milk, eggs, bread, etc. But it makes no sense for many of the items people need to shop for based on their lifestyles. Also, with the obesity...

Don't miss the fact that Chucks were never cool — and thus they never fell from a trend. They were and are a foundation form of footwear. Like my Topsiders. They were the basic boat shoe. Chucks, a basic sport shoe. Then somebody said these are cool. Sperry Brand...

I am a Jet member and was very impressed with their pricing — especially in cameras and household. I am on the hunt for a camera and compared prices between Jet and Amazon. Jet was over $150 cheaper for the same model! Their pricing model and related algorithms seem to...

Get in fast and exit EARLY. These are not ADULTS — they are Millennials — a rare form of advanced 16-year-olds claiming pseudo-adulthood. I imagine we can leverage this group that is into nothing but lift-off/trend/die fast merchandising with some advanced pet rocks-style items. Like pet trash. A piece of trash...

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