10 comeback brands of 2013
The memories of past glories may have receded, but these products and organizations just might stage revivals in the months ahead.
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I hope this author isn't a betting women. Though im not sure what the line would be on GOP but ill take the under-4 years.
"The Republicans' recent drubbing in the 2012 elections will likely catalyze a reinvention, says Karen Post, the author of "Brand Turnaround." Post believes Republicans will spend 2013 reaching out to younger and minority voters by ramping up social media efforts and recruiting diverse party representatives."
Better that they spend 2013 in GITMO, and not emerge until all their octogenarian billionaire funders are dead and we have their heirs locked up. GOP... it doesn't get more anti-American than that.
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