Ordering Product For Ebbd From The Kentucky Hooch And Beer Company
926 WordsMay 17, 20174 Pages
TO: Danny Wilco
FROM: Beverley Lionel
SUBJECT: Ordering product for EBBD from the Kentucky Hooch and Beer Company
The Excellent Beer and Beverage Distribution (EBBD) was advised that the Kentucky Hooch and Brewing Company (KHBC) would reveal another advancement and promoting effort that would put KHBC’s flagship beer, Kentucky Swamp Brew, in the mind of every college student in the Midwest. We are a notable provider of this brewery, as we give it to the vast majority of our retail clients. . In view of this data, and the habits gathered about college students, EBBD anticipated an increase in orders a few weeks after the advertising campaign hit. I accepted accountability of arranging and estimating all requests from…show more content…
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