As marketing ideas go, this one’s a bit of a head scratcher.
Although I suppose you can say the product has been road tested.
Filed under It's Just Bidness, Whoa, oh, Alabama
Fittingly a Bammer introduces his homemade wine at Baumhower’s restaurant
And yet, it still may outsell Hoage temporarily.
It’s certainly priced right for its market.
That won’t be hard to do, though.
Are you sure that pictures not Congessman David Dilbeck?
+1. Well, 2 if you saw the movie.
Always though of the snake as more of a Gin, neat, kind of guy.
Even in North Africa, we know that you may not be a redneck if you think Snake’s drink of preference is wine.
Although Snake has been exiled from Gulf Shores to Gulfport,
whenever I have to vacate my palace to avoid cruise missiles, I market that escape and evasion with the tagline, “Celebrate your success.” Just like Snake.
Now, because Snake likes black Corvettes and bleach blondes – who doesn’t – and charitable accounting, “Stabler was unsure how much of his wine sales will go to the charities,” here’s something to celebrate the success of Snake, blondes and me
Bottled and distributed by his partner Boone’s Farm, no doubt.
Does Stabler have any teeth left?
In 1977 Snake had some teeth left:
“At the end of it, anyone following in Stabler’s wake would be ready for a body transplant: liver and lights, heart and kidneys, eardrums—maybe even a few new teeth.”
Georgia ranks “among the nation’s best in the bottom line,” McGarity told the board. — AB-H, 2/12/20
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