Subject: Interesting Facts..
Lately, I’ve been reinventing my life
& business.(if you haven’t noticed)
So, when I read this it spoke to me
and I hope it does the same for you.
After moving to Chicago in 1891
with just $32 in his pocket, William
Wrigley, Jr. began a soap business.
As an incentive to buy the soap, Wrigley
threw in a free can of baking powder.
Soon finding baking powder was more popular
than soap, he switched businesses.
A year later, Wrigley started throwing in
chewing gum for buying baking powder.
When chewing gum made a bigger profit than
baking powder, Wrigley shifted businesses once
again. His success with gum, however, stuck
considerably well. Juicy Fruit, anyone?
P.S. this was Pulled & Copied from CEO.com