A Case For Guarantees and Endorsements

McCarthy, Tom
November 2005
Lodging Hospitality;11/1/2005, Vol. 61 Issue 15, p38
Trade Publication
Explains the significance of guarantees and endorsements in marketing. Reaction of a typical prospect to guarantees; Motivation behind the reluctance of companies to offer guarantees; Efficacy of testimonials/endorsements.


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