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Aren’t most companies coming to the realization that in

Posted on: March 26, 2020 at 10:53:29 CT
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these circumstances they have no control over the long term?

Wouldn’t it then be intelligent to focus on the short term? Every day the company survives gets the company one day closer to either the end of this crisis or a bailout that will allow them to hang on a little longer.
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     Who supplies hospitals?(nm) - playhard NWMSU - 3/26 11:03:53
          We do(nm) - hefeweizen KC - 3/26 11:09:42
               that's not how the song goes... - dangertim MU - 3/26 11:34:48
               Did they ever consider opening up a retail location? Not - playhard NWMSU - 3/26 11:25:21
                    They are doing grocery boxes in DSM next week. It wont - hefeweizen KC - 3/26 11:28:55
               Is that the 5%?(nm) - meatiger MU - 3/26 11:17:42
                    Yup. Hospitals and assisted living. Their orders are also - hefeweizen KC - 3/26 11:20:03
                         make sure when they start filling up cruise ships - meatiger MU - 3/26 11:22:29
                              Yeah, I'm not a national account manager nor do we have - hefeweizen KC - 3/26 11:24:24
                                   but mcidiot - meatiger MU - 3/26 11:32:23
                                        Yeah, what a stupid idea. Only 126M people live in coastal - DHighlander NWMSU - 3/26 11:40:19
                                             There are empty hotels everywhere - meatiger MU - 3/26 11:44:49
                                                  And cruise ships are basically floating hotels. They also - DHighlander NWMSU - 3/26 11:49:15
          hospital suppliers - Iam4Mizzou MU - 3/26 11:04:56
     I thought it was a family business..... - Tigrrrr! MU - 3/26 10:49:48
     What percent of your business - meatiger MU - 3/26 10:44:59
          100% - Iam4Mizzou MU - 3/26 11:00:16
          95%(nm) - hefeweizen KC - 3/26 10:45:43
               Not sure how they just realized it - meatiger MU - 3/26 10:46:41
     they probably realized that a while ago - MizzouAstro MU - 3/26 10:44:52
          Yep ... most companies are holding on as - Sal MU - 3/26 10:48:12
               Just had a landscape guy stop by my house - meatiger MU - 3/26 10:53:30
               Aren’t most companies coming to the realization that in - DHighlander NWMSU - 3/26 10:53:29
          They need to be thinking long term now instead of - hefeweizen KC - 3/26 10:46:33
               If inventory is expiring - meatiger MU - 3/26 10:48:37
                    The demand at retail has plummeted as well now. AWG - hefeweizen KC - 3/26 10:50:08
                         Can you not compete with AWG? - meatiger MU - 3/26 10:54:03
                              Pretty much every food, drug, dollar, big box store is a - playhard NWMSU - 3/26 11:03:05
                                   That is why I asked the question - meatiger MU - 3/26 11:08:33
                              Nope. They are the giant warehouse that supplies all non- - hefeweizen KC - 3/26 10:55:10
                                   ouch - meatiger MU - 3/26 11:01:19
               can they not do both?(nm) - MizzouAstro MU - 3/26 10:48:09
                    They can. They aren't (nm) - hefeweizen KC - 3/26 10:49:05




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