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Re: Spokesperson for Quiet
There's a store in Toronto that sells all kinds of "environment-friendly"
products - and it's popular. I haven't seen their financial statements, but
So why not a store for quiet products? "If you build it they will come."
> From: Federico Miyara <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Spokesperson for Quiet
> Date: November 18, 1997 11:34 AM
> > How about a storefront? An actual store in every city selling things
> > hearing protection...
> Are you meaning a municipal store or just a private one? In the latter
> case it seems hard to convince sombebody that it would be profitable. I
> tried to convince several measurement equipment stores owners that it
> would be a nice idea to import Radio Shack sound level meters (those
> once commented on this list) in order to sell them to non profesionals,
> schools, or whatever interested individual who would never pay U$S 2000
> for a professional unit but would pay u$S 50. I did not succseed,
> even if I offered myself to provide them with purchasers (that is, to
> free advertissement for them).
> Federico Miyara
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