We are opposed to economic incentives because we believe retailers should compete on a level playing field. Cities don't need to offer these incentives. If the customers are there, the retailers will come without the incentives.
We would have made these changes anyway, but Cabela's caused us to push up the timeline.
We don?t have anything right now, no ramps or decks. No, we don?t have any ashtrays to give them, either. A pretty good amount of people are going out for a smoke, too.
We don't have mountains and aquariums and polished wood flooring. But, we do offer a great assortment of products and we'll match anyone's price in this market, including Cabela's.
Our position is that as they grow bigger and bigger, and their tourism destinations get closer and closer, you have to question how much of a draw they will have.
We don't have mountains and aquariums and polished wood flooring.
[County Commissioner J. Bracken Burns estimated that the unknown opponent spent $100,000 on a campaign that lasted about a week and has failed to halt the development.] I think it backfired, ... mask.
We're still moving ahead to get into direct marketing, but the name on the cover is one of the smaller considerations if you're trying to build a catalog or e-commerce site.