merchandising[ mur-chuh n-dahy-zing ]SEE DEFINITION OF merchandising
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MERCHANDISING
Your policy of publicity must be specially measured from your policy of merchandising.
He was not much of a salesman but he knew all about merchandising in a retail store.
With finance as with merchandising, the German is a prize imitator.
He had been at Provo merchandising, but had moved to Denver.
He was also engaged in manufacturing and merchandising in Stillwater.
He came to Stillwater in 1848, where he engaged in merchandising and farming.
For many years he has been engaged in lumbering and merchandising.
In 1832 he came to Illinois and engaged in farming and merchandising.
His father was Dexter Aldrich, and was engaged in shipping and merchandising.
The most of them continued in the business of merchandising.