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Old 30th December 2007, 11:01 AM   #6
Logan
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Are there any other things, besides the previous ownership situation, that are similar to the business. Maybe confusingly to the customers. For example - are the names distinct or similar, what about logo, graphics, colors, etc. I'm curious because if there are other similar things, I wonder if that should be your approach to distinguish yourself - and an advertisement might not solve your problem. I'd hate to see you go through this effort, and then not actually solve the issue you are struggling with.

Typically, my approach also would be like radiogirls.

Does he refer non wholesale business to you? If so, I would think that would be an advantage versus a negative. If he is not referring the business, then sounds like a bad business purchase where the terms need to be discussed.

Pete's comment may be the best, why not start wholesaling?

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