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  • rexjunett8th rexjunett8th Jun 14, 2011 2:39 PM Flag

    What is most impressive is...

    I agree with you. Ive held onto this stock watching it drop to just over a $1.00 a Share. The reason i kept it is because of the Brand Recognition. The only regret is i didnt buy 10 grand worth when it was down to a buck a share. Iam still happy today thats for sure.

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    • "Brand Recognition"
      They even mentioned brand recognition at todays meeting.

      Companies spend fortunes to achieve brand recognotion or awareness.

      Todays meeting was one of the most positive, uplifting meetings I have ever heard.

      The folks at KKD have a great business plan. Focused and achievable.

      Attacking in every way possible without being out landish.

      Everything I heard sounded achievable.

      News stores- with focus on specific locations
      New prpducts
      Trying to stimilate quiet times 11am to 2PM with specials.

      and Debt has been reduced and interest rates lowered. Lower debt payments go right to be the bottome line

      Really great management.

      While I think someone will buy KKD as a shareholder I think we make more money over time being independent.

      For years there were rumors about a buyout of GMCR. They were even reported in the press-- KO,McD,SBUX and others.

      The stock has risen so dramatically that I am really happy no one bought out GMCR/

      This can be a similiar situation.

      Longs we are in a good situation imo

 
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