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2. You are in the process of a major Spring Clean in your home/bedroom/office/garage. You have identified a variety of new and used items that you are no longer using. With summer around the corner you could use a bit more cash for a little vacation. Utilizing what you have learned in this section (marketing) of the class identify and create the following:

A. Item(s) you wish to sell.
B. How will they be sold?
1. What are your options?
2. What are the pro’s and con’s of each?
C. Channel of distribution?
1. Issues to consider - logistics/cost/etc/
D. Pricing structure?
1. How much do you expect to earn?
E. Create a promotion or advertisement to help sell you item(s)?

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