October, 2008 In this issue… 2008 Trade Expo Tradebank of Chattanooga Speaking From Experience Pearle Vision Tradebank Moves Mountains The Plaque Shack Chattanooga Restaurant Guide Chattanooga’s Christmas Trade Show Welcome New Tradebank Clients Mountain Outfitters
September, 2008 Tradebank of Wichita Speaking From Experience Snappy Photo Mountain Resorts World Import Gallery The Spectacle Shoppe Craft Country Gifts Welcome New Tradebank Clients Mountain Outfitters
August, 2008 Speaking From Experience Trade Working Minuteman Press Ink Solution Louisville’s Leaders Hawkeye Security Alpha and Omega Clothing Buckeye Meat Company Welcome New Tradebank Clients Advertiser – Mountain Resorts
July, 2008 Speaking From Experience How Trade Works for the Entertainment Industry Avoid Destructive Business Myopia River John’s Outfiters Welcome New Tradebank Clients Advertiser – Mountain Resorts
June, 2008 Speaking From Experience How Trade Works for the Printing Industry Increasing Company Synergy Trading Tools Middle GA Client Reaches Out New Image Graphics Copy 1 Trading Tools Kayne and Associates – Kirby Dealers Welcome New Tradebank Clients Tradebank Franchising Opportunity
May, 2008 Tradebank of New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels, Texas Client Profiles How Trade Works for the Travel Industry Speaking From Experience Tradebank Franchising Opportunity
April, 2008 this issue… Speaking From Experience How Trade Works for the Restaurant Industry Tradebank of Middle GA Boom or Bust Business Opportunities Available Through Tradebank Eatin’ Good with Tradebank Welcome New Tradebank Clients Tradebank Franchising Opportunity
Normally, individuals do not have products or services to continually put into trade. Business owners and professionals understand the fixed costs of doing business and the advantage of investing in trade. Each trader buys at their own wholesale, adds a margin or profit, and trades for retail trade dollars. If they can’t make the investment, they don’t trade.