crame


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crame

(kreɪm)
n
dialect Scot a merchant's booth or stall at a market
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By mixing, matching and layering Demeter fragrances, a person can create her own individualized, customized scent," Crames explains.
Crames says that the concept is particularly well suited to chain drug stores and discounter stores because it brings a fresh idea to the fragrance category at an affordable price point.
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In whet Crames describes as a "saturated market where new fragrances dominate," Demeter has been able to stand out because of its extensive range of novel scents.
Demeter's fragrances can also be used as building blocks to make more complex scents, Crames explains.
Offered in specialty stores for more than a decade, the Demeter Fragrance Library is making its first foray into the mass market, Crames notes.
Crames notes, "The majority of the customer base we serve is represented by chain drug and other retailers in the mass market" Crames says that over the years the company has continued to evolve from a distributor of mass and designer fragrances into a manufacturer and marketer of those items, which gives it a stronger presence in the marketplace.
We will continue to invest in our existing trademarks as well as in acquiring new licenses and trademarks," Crames notes.
Pierre Cardin, Crames says, is one of the most highly recognized names in men's fragrances, while 4711, a 200-year-old brand that appeals to both sexes and is the best-selling fragrance in Germany, has a lemony scent and stylish packaging.