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January 23, 2007

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Joel Hinkhouse

Maybe they should've started with scented pencil erasers and scented iPods, among other petro-chemically-intensive day-to-day use things. See how that goes. Then move to scented windshield wipers (smaller capital commitment). Then, if you found drivers and fans alike couldn't keep their noses off their windshields, take the "scented tire plunge." Just some thoughts about carefully growing a business.

Angel Herrera Jr.

The only people who i can see buying these things are dealerships. Might be pleasent to smell the scent in the showroom or on the lot, but it seems like any airwick/glade/lysol doodad would be a whole lot cheaper. Good idea on the toilet plunger.

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