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  • #16
    So Ron, If monster for some reason, pulled its line from a distributor then offered it to you for $3 a case, you wouldn't pay them? Say they wanted the $3 to compensate their former distributor. i'd do it without blinking!

    [ 02-19-2005, 07:07 PM: Message edited by: pdxbevman97060 ]

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    • #17
      Now that is just silly.

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      • #18
        Why, because MONSTER kicks full throttles butt everday of the week? Or is it because full throttle is already history? Or maybe because coke hasn't had a real winning idea since.......when?

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        • #19
          Monster is one of the good ones. It puts a pinch in RedBulls business out here. Its doing really well.

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          • #20
            You can throw out senarios, but it wont help anyone. I have had Hansens pull from another distibutor to come to my house. They did not charge me. Infact they gave us an account list and sales reps to help get the brand back out there. The distributor might want to charge someone to give up the brand, but that does not mean the supplier will stick with the new house. If any $$ changes hands, its from the suplier to buy out the existing house. They would do that if they thought the new house would create more busines for them.

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            • #21
              My point is that you work or manage Nitro2Go!! For the record N2G has done a great job and Mr.Dahl is making profits with high turn-around.I like the people but don't agree with the 2 managers that slam accounts with to much product.The loser managers are giving poor info to the owner.I'm not bitter and think the owner should go out in the feild to hear what customers want and respect.

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              • #22
                Sorry World Beverage,but I dont work for or have any relationship to NTG,but I have reseached them, I agree with slamming only when theres a HOT price break with display , POS, ad price,time limit,rotation is an issue with me,nothing worse than buying out of code drinks,as for the managers, I dont know the situation so I cant comment.

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                • #23
                  I sell Red Bull, almost no accounts are going to sit on product. But I will at times tell a store that I dont recomend they order this week because they will not need that product. I hate the word slamming, but I understand it. Durring Chain adds and promos, yeah we bring in a lot more than a weeks worth of product. But its on display and we credit back any unneeded product at the end of the promo. I never understood people who slammed accounts with product. Great, you made your numbers for this week, but what about the next 3 to 5 weeks untill they sell through the excess product.

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