ECO201SLP - Running Head: My Teddy Bear Firm My Teddy Bear...

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Running Head: My Teddy Bear Firm My Teddy Bear Firm Maurice A. Tillman Trident University International ECO201 - Microeconomics Dr. Michael Powers July 2011
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Running Head: My Teddy Bear Firm Abstract The Teddy Bear has been a symbol of love for almost a hundred years. It’s appropriate for most occasions involving affection between people. Children use Teddy Bears to ward off closets monsters. A soldier may send his girlfriend a bear a constant reminder of his dedication to her. My firm sells happiness on Valentine’s Day. My firm makes carnivals fun. My firm puts a smile on sad faces all over the world. My firm is called The Teddy Bear Firm.
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Running Head: My Teddy Bear Firm Hypothetically speaking, I own a small teddy bear company in Cleveland, Mississippi. We specialize in custom-built bears. What sets us apart from many other similar companies is we make our bears absolutely anyway the customer pleases, within reason. The possibility of customer satisfaction is extreme high because we give them what
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