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…begins her work from the bricks (or rather, the color of the walls)…


Then (…ensuite) takes care of setting it all up…

Later decides where to place all things…
(relax with some chatting)…


do some "direct marketing" ("tracts") …..

does not bother opening the gate…
…and nevertheless manages to close the first sale…

…the day before opening the activity!

 

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We know today's newspaper "sono fatti con i piedi", but on july 1969!

Confront the two pictures of the booth! :

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Sales work is hard work…
One have to travel long hours…
have "frugal" lunches…
Walk..
Wait…

…wait again…

But finally the (prospect) customers come:
A volte occorre correr loro dietro (sometimes some clarifications are due)
But finally, the more important moment, the real target of it all, comes:

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Tarallucci in France.

I've been a Tarallucci consumer for about 32 years (they were invented by Barilla in 1975).


Each and every morning, with the Caffelatte, a large number of tarallucci helped me wake up to a new day.

And I considered the problems that affected the tarallucci space at Bennet in the past two years very serious:




(the problem being confusion and mixup on the shelves).

Well–a much bigger problem here now: apparently, Barilla did not choose to distribute these bisquits here, even if "pasta" is readily available everywhere!.

Contacted on the subject, Barilla's headquarters in Parma told me to talk to Barilla France, as they have no way to fix the situation.

I did it. Will they reply to a loyal customer ?

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Ti amo.

E sei pure bellissima!

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On March 22 we will have b/w polaroid instant integral film again. Brand New!. Thank-you Impossible Project.

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