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palmOne today announced two new palmOne retail stores at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. Dedicated retail stores opening at select airports across the country offer expert attention, and showcase the company's line of handheld computers, smartphones, and accessories.
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Successful Marketing

benamy @ 8/30/2004 7:11:16 PM #
As an full-time airport employee I see great benefit to PalmOne products with knowledgable sales staff selling useful devices.

I have experienced the PalmOne store in EWR and PIT and find both to be the best retail outlets I have seen to date.

It puts the devices in the environment they were built to help someone function in.

It is the best possible location a retail outlet for this specific target marketed product could be in.

RE: Successful Marketing
chinchorrero @ 8/30/2004 7:37:17 PM #
I visited one of the new stores and I can honestly tell you that they were great.

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RE: Successful Marketing
Galley_SimRacer @ 8/31/2004 1:33:48 AM #
I'll be flying out of Hartsfield in a few weeks. I'm gonna have to check out the store.

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Who buys a Palm at the Airport?

Gekko @ 8/30/2004 8:44:33 PM #

A $15 charger cord maybe.

RE: Who buys a Palm at the Airport?
Calroth @ 8/30/2004 9:16:14 PM #
You may as well ask, who buys all that stuff at duty-free shops? (Answer: heaps of people.)

RE: Who buys a Palm at the Airport? - I might.
Strider_mt2k @ 8/31/2004 5:41:08 PM #
The circumstances would have to be right ($) but if they were, and P1 was making anything I wanted sure, I'd do it.
(Wow me with the T5 P1, wow me.)
The real stone-breaker would be waiting for it to charge while you are on your trip!

The experienced traveller on the right plane has a power adaptor and outlet at their disposal, so one COULD charge it while flying, using the time to carefully read the stupid manual if one so desired.

It would be major fun to have a major new toy to distract one from the tedium of "the road" some time!



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