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Impulse Items
Impulse Items By Gregg Salkovitch In 1914, Edward John Noble came up with a clever idea. His product, Life Savers, was a struggling brand; but he believed if it was placed in front of a drug-store cash register, it could sell well at a nickel. Noble saw this as prime real estate in the retail
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