Before Charlie could finish his thought, Bobby had already called up the New York Stuff product category.
“That’s it!” Charlie shouted. “A New York baseball hat!”
“For now that’s it,” Bobby stated.
“This is hardly Stuff For Everyone®,” Charlie stated with disappointment in his voice.
“As I mentioned to you earlier, Charlie, Stuff For Everyone® is a website that is a work in progress. Remember Susan and I only stated to put this site together less than sixty days ago.”
Interrupting, Karen explicitly stated, “And I think you did a great job.” Looking to her husband, Karen continued. “Think about it Charlie, in less than sixty days, Bobby and Susan created and purchased all these products and designed and created their Stuff For Everyone® website.”
“I guess you’re right, Karen,” Charlie said. “I’m just a little disappointed in the New York Stuff. I thought there would be several really cool products, although I must admit these baseball hats are pretty cool.”
“We have several additional products such as black yoga tights with the words New York in white lettering down the right leg, a full range of New York subway T-shirts with popular station stops with the train number circle icons of each stop, more really cool baseball hats, and so on,” Susan answered. “The problem, Charlie, is that they are all sitting off the coast of Long Beach, California in containers, due to the supply-chain problem.”
“I’m sorry guys,” Charlie sympathetically stated. “Now that I understand the new products and your supply-chain problem,” he stated looking at both Susan and Bobby, “I must admit, the New York Stuff category will be really cool and I think you will sell a lot of merchandise, particularly those New York City subway t-shirts Susan described.”
“Thank you for your understanding,” Bobby stated looking at Charlie.
I know we had a toast earlier in the evening for your Stuff For Everyone® website, but having now reviewed it with you and Susan, and fully understanding it,” Charlie announced as he reached for his glass of wine, “I think a second toast is warranted.” Charlie then raised his glass toward the ceiling and pronounced, “To Stuff For Everyone®. May you enjoy much success and continued growth. Well done Susan and Bobby!”
Stuff For Everyone® Blog
Episode 9 of 9
Written by Bob Jenkins, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Stuff For Everyone®, a wholly owned subsidiary of Harper Jenkins Scobie Enterprises.
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