does anybody know where i can find a pbteen (pottery barn teen) store or are they only online? i couldnt find the store locator on their web.
i live in san jose, cali and the big malls that i know of are stanford shopping mall, valleyfair (westfield), great mall. there are a lot of other ones but theyre far like gilroy.
thanks a bunch
I am independent sales rep for a company that manufacture over in Italy, fine Italian dinnerware and my goal as a sales rep is to put this fine dinnerware in front of stores like Pottery Barn,
Crate and Barrel, Williams and Sonoma, and West Elm. A little above average retailers.
What is the best approach?
Who would the decision maker be?
These are very nice exclusive imported dinnerwares and such pieces caters to stores mentioned above.
Thank you guys very much
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i’m a 21 year old college student majoring in music (production/recording). i just purchased my 1st home cash/outright.
i lost my mom in 2001 when i was 13 and used the modest life insurance policy she left for me to purchase the home. after losing my mom i moved in with my grandmother and lost her in 2004 after a year long battle with cancer. she left me a 1400/mo inheritance which i have been using for my education and related expenses. this $ is from her interest in a family business and will continue uninterrupted until her siblings sell the 2 commercial buildings they own and rent out. unfortunately i am a silent partner with no voting power and/or the ability to borrow and/or cash out of my interest in the co.
i have 100% equity in this property and its TAX ACCESSED value is 200k. just before i purchased the property i bought (cash/outright) 50k of landscape equipment and will be self employed/full time in the spring of 09. my education is almost complete…1 more semester and will continue on a part time basis. at this moment i have 10 weekly customers (800/wk or 3200/mo) and am looking to increase that # to 20-25 by spring. my property will also generate income…it consists of a 4br house, 2 br cottage, 2 car garage and is zoned “village commercial”. with this zoning, there is an option to rent part or all of the property to certain types of business… pottery shop, general store, real estate office, bar/restaurant, etc. i have a couple ready to sign a contract for the cottage (1200/mo) and 2 roommates to share the house with me (600ea/mo). i also have the option to rent out a small commercial suite on the 1st floor of the house (1000/mo). my long term plan is to use this (comm) space for my professional recording studios… not ready ($).
although i do not “technically” have a declared income (yet), can i get a 100k loan using my property as collateral? moreover, can i use the rental, inheritance and landscape as income NOW, or how long do i have to wait to “technically” be considered a landlord and/or small business owner? i know i can handle this loan without any problem just with what i make right now. sad thing is… had i closed just a few months prior, it would have been “rubber stamped” by any bank and/or mortgage co. the way i found the property right up to the closing was done unconventionally… i am UNAFRAID to think and/or act out “outside of the box”. any information and/or suggestions will be greatly appreciated. hope all is well. have a good one.
where can I find classy table topics game cards like these in pottery barn? I need to get them tomorrow from a store- I don’t have time to order online.
I produce stoneware pottery. I’ve been approached by buying offices of the likes of Target, Body Shop, Pottery Barn, etc. I can’t meet their price point. I prefer to supply small specialty shops
Hi. There is a story problem I’m confused on….
A pottery shop makes glazed and unglazed bowls. An unglazed bowl requires half an hour to make on a pottery wheel and 3 hours in the kiln. A glazed bowl takes 1 hour on the wheel and 18 hours in the kiln. The company has one wheel that is available for 8 hours a day. The three kilns can be used a total of 60 hours per day. The shop needs at least 6 unglazed bowls per day. The pottery shop’s profit on each unglazed bowl is $10 and the profit on each glazed one is $40. How many of each kind of bowl should the shop produce in order to maximize profit?
Write a system of inequalities that reflect the above constraints and include any commen sense contraints. X represents # of unglazed and Y represents # of glazed.
So far, I have the inquality x ≥ 6, but I don’t know what other ones there are. I know that there are constraints on the time that the equipment is available, but I don’t know how I would put that into an inequality.
Thanks so much!
How many inequalities are there supposed to be total?
I have heard it takes about 24 hours to fire your pottery in a kiln (at the last firing). Places like “paint your own pottery” for instance…do they sit there after hours when the store is closed, and fire the kiln? If so, does someone have to sit there and watch it for 24 hours? If you have this experience, please let me know what you do and how that works.