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re: Dennis Carter: Behind the Intel Inside campaign
bruzzer2   11/20/2012 8:07:38 PM
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Mr. Carter in the publication Marketing Computers, in numerous interviews, salutations here again in EE Times, claims brainchild of the component characteristics of the Intel Inside branding campaign. Then Mr. Carter please inform us who is responsible for augmentation of the Intel Inside Branding Campaign, into a systematic channel structural game that is tied charge back registered metered price discrimination? Thank you and I’d appreciate that pointed out. Who is responsible and how did that happen to occur? Respectfully submitted, Mike Bruzzone, Camp Marketing



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