Sun Broadcast Group is growing by leaps and bounds
The ReStore network is growing by leaps and bounds
. In Canada in 2000 there were 16 ReStores with gross sales of $3.1 million.
With proposed FDA regulations for gluten-free labeling just around the corner, and estimates that 3 million Americans battling celiac disease, the gluten-free niche market is growing by leaps and bounds
. Sales of foods in the category are expected to top $696 million in 2006, according to Gluten-Free Foods and Beverages, a new report from Packaged Facts (www.packagedfacts.com/ pub/1299596.html), New York.
Now in its second year, the local Western NC program is growing by leaps and bounds
, as homebuyers and builders alike realize the value of green building.
Online tax preparation services are growing by leaps and bounds
as millions of taxpayers use the Internet each year to file taxes and save time and money.
No wonder it's growing by leaps and bounds
, and no wonder it is particularly embraced by gays and their prospects.
"We see the document destruction industry growing by leaps and bounds
," he says.
The Hispanic Market: This ethnic market is growing by leaps and bounds
, and insurers have some interesting strategies for tapping into it.
This is according to Maria Alvarez, advertising, public relations and sales promotion manager for Panasonic, who also added that "the trend towards the use of digital products is growing by leaps and bounds
in Latin America, which is why, at Panasonic, we strive to offer our consumers the latest in digital technology to satisfy this new lifestyle and keep in step with countries like Japan and the United States.
The plants are growing by leaps and bounds
due to the warmth of the soil in the raised beds.
Data storage is growing by leaps and bounds
, experts say.
Although soccer is still the most popular sport in China, basketball is the only sport that is offered in every school, and is growing by leaps and bounds
throughout the land.
Our ancillary sales are growing by leaps and bounds
(up 150 percent for 2001 as compared to 2000) without any real increase in marketing costs (paper, printing postage)."
The solar energy industry is growing by leaps and bounds
in the United States, where there is a shortage of large solar modules.