Posted on Sep 23, 2020
CPT Jack Durish
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Once upon a time, brand names had value. Generic brands were created, and consumers were lured by cheaper prices rather than promises of quality. Welcome to another time. Now, brand names are disappearing in the name of racial equality and I'm left to wonder, will I now have to sacrifice both price and quality? (What brought this on? I hear you cry. Well, I just saw an announcement that Uncle Ben is joining Aunt Jemima in retirement...)
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CSM Chuck Stafford
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All things being equal, you are only as strong as your weakest link and a chain of weak links is only a facsimile
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MAJ(P) Eugene Chu
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It does not always harm brand. Jack Daniels and Uncle Nearest launched a diversity initiative to both help minority entrepreneurs and promote their whiskies

https://www.whiskyadvocate.com/jack-daniels-uncle-nearest-diversity-initiative/
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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Thank you for the news share CPT Jack Durish
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