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Gouging Is Good, But Not Advised

Gouging Is Good, But Not Advised

By Mark Stiving September 21, 2017

I recently posted a blog on how some of the airlines were being good corporate citizens and capping the price of their flights from Florida, just before Hurricane Irma. Huge kudos to them. The takeaway of the post was to think about the lifetime value of your customer...
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