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merchandise

slang Illicit contraband, especially drugs, being sold, bought, or smuggled. Make sure you don't use any of the merchandise for yourself—if there's any missing by the time you deliver it to Detroit, the boss will cut your ear off. We've got a whole truck full of merchandise coming in tomorrow night.

merchandise

n. any contraband. (Underworld.) How much of the merchandise can you deliver by midnight?
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Zero Zone Refrigerator Manufacturing Co., Waukesha, Wisconsin, USA, is building a whole new plant to meet demand for its complete ranges of self-contained and remote freezers, self-contained open display merchandisers and island merchandisers.
Based on application, the retail outlets' segment dominated the glass door merchandiser market based on increasing demand for innovative display techniques.
At Raley's, the concepts for holiday displays are a collaborative effort among advertising, sales and merchandising, Minor says, offering this caveat: "When using mobile merchandisers, arrange your merchandise so it's easily shoppable.
CREATIVE Visual merchandisers need to create displays that will capture the attention of the public
"The people who are just going to complain year after year, losing more and more business to mass merchandisers, and not significantly reinventing themselves, are just going to go away," says Brian Quint, president of Aqua Quip, a Seattle builder/retailer, and chairman of the National Spa & Pool Institute's board.
8 Chanil, D., "The true look of the discount industry", Discount Merchandiser, June 1996, pp.
An interesting side note to the merchandiser standard issue deals with non-alcoholic beverages (NAs).
Another merchandiser of a known hypermarket said they continued to receive an increasing number of customers who looked for camping items and swimming gear, as well as fishing accessories.
"If done right, the refrigerated mobile merchandiser ...
Before joining, he served as a merchandiser at many locations in the Oilseed Processing business before becoming a commodity merchandiser for ADM Cocoa in 1998.
This merchandiser complements the product, a pressure-fed paint roller, while clearly and concisely conveying its features and benefits, creating a desire within a customer to learn more.
Penton Media's New Hope Natural Media (Boulder, CO) division, the producer of the Natural Products Expos and the publisher of such magazine titles as "Natural Foods Merchandiser" and "Nutrition Business Journal," has acquired the Kosher World Conference from Shows International (Westlake Village, CA).
VRG Co-Director Debra Wasserman was interviewed for a piece on vegetarian trends for The Nature/Foods Merchandiser. VRG poll information was quoted, and Debra stated that animal rights activists are big promoters of natural foods, yet decision makers often underestimate their value.
It is designed to draw attention to the product, not the merchandiser. The top-loading frozen merchandisers' unobtrusive frame around the glass lid ensures a highly visible display.
Saver's Cost Plus, a grocery store in Irving, Texas, utilized Master-Bilt's Open Air Rear Load Merchandiser. As a result of this installation, the store saved energy and increased retail merchandising space by approximately 75%.