wow...action picking up...don't forget president and vice presidents on bottles...collectibles...will sell 20k in first month...make sure to put out at stores...they will have customers begging for them and distributers wanting to stock Jones for their customers
Kinda mixed here. It took too long to get to 10,000 bottles to call this a hit but being that they are there, it's a good selling point to convince Wal Mart and other stores to buy the bottles around Labor Day. After all, it people are willing to pay twice as much for bottle online and have it shipped now, there will be a lot more customers for this closer to election day. I hope they build on the elecion momentum here.
revenue coming in from all corners of the USA now that cola has been rolled out...3rd quarter numbers may be staggering...look for a rise in 52wk target price...as 24c is also now adding to revenue...great time to add shares or buy in as down side is all but finished
losing 1 Target out of some 1650 stores is way over shadowed by Target buying 12,000 cases of 24c.
Gives the people what they want, the customer is never wrong.
Management approach is very sensible, and I likes goin after the high margin venues as a priority.
numbers are tailing off as the primaries are done...I think we got some attention with this and we can still grow some revenue from the concept...roll out the Jones' cola president tee shirts and caps...should have given them out with each 12pk order at cost...
economy is really taking a hit here in the U.S....Bush's policies really crushed us...we need to start making automobiles that can get 50+ miles/gal.,run on hydrogen and ethanol and invest in America...start with the American farmers who have been barely getting by and forced to sell their land to developers...buy American. we need a better fair trade agreement...energy lobbyists are suppressing our R&D in better running engines...we have the technology...
Agree to a point mate, but its not Bush policies alone, its the senate and house and our entire system is in gridlock.
Ethanol the biggest boondoogle in a long long time, and its super inefficient.
You can feed a person for a year on a tankful of ethanol. Its very un-green with a whopper of a carbon footprint. In south america they are clearing a land area the size of rhode island every six months to plant fuel related crops, destoying carbon absorbing forest in the process. Corn doesnt belong in our gas tanks just like it doesnt belong in our soda as sweetner.
what this country needs to do is promote the 50 mpg vehicles, sin-tax gas guzzlers like hummers. Drill all over the continental shelf, alaska, and to some extent in colorado and utah, inspite of the fate of the spotted oil.
we also need to exploit hydrogen as they are in iceland. listen to t. boone pickens on energy hes got it dead right.
wind, solar, use oil only for transportation its too precious. clean coal tech, etc. heat and run mass transport vehicles on nat gas.
Buy American is putting a band-aid on cancer. American has to be competitive and build a better product. I have always bought American but now see it as enabling unions to strong arm auto makers with uncompetitive terms. I often rent cars when traveling and I have to admit American auto design is pathetic relative to where it should be.
an exception is how Chevy has done wonders with the corvette...because they applied themselves and now have a world class car to be proud of.
i dont think we should go head to head with coke or pepsi. we should capitalize on our tiny size to do unique things that they cant do. I think thats why our bottles with photo labels are successful and the can roll delivered less than promised. Our weakness is advertising and distribution and that needs to be attacked, and is, vigorously.
Fortunatly this is a fairly wealthy country and theres people who wont feel spending 15 bucks for a novelty item like campaign cola. All things considered its doing well.
all my humble opinion offered with respect mates.