merch


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merch

 (mûrch)
n. Informal
Merchandise.

merch

(mɜːtʃ)
n
(Marketing) informal merchandise
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Merch Success sifts, sorts and selects new products using vast networks and connections built through decades of industry experience, constant and current research, travel to trade shows and strong vendor relationships.
Most merch since has been an endless stream of junk: album art screen-printed onto cheap black T-shirts, dorm-room posters of press photos and trinkets with only a vague association with the music they represent.
Sdiyat Beach Golf Club's junior golf expert P-J Van Merch told XPRESS: "We had a great time with the kids, but unfortunately we've had to stop proceedings temporarily because of the rising temperatures.
John Oliver, who runs the Merch Foundry in Nuneaton, was specially asked by Michael Jackson's mother, Katherine, to design and produce an award in her son's name.
Current merch sales $40,000/month @ 28%, 55,000 gallons sold/month, lottery income of $1,500/month.
Hoffais sentiment sawl un a gredodd y gallai merch wneud yr hyn a fynnai, a'r diffiniad syml a arferwn yn y '70au oedd mai ffeminydd oedd bod merch yn meddwl drosti hi ei hun.
Merch sales of $15,000/month at over 35% markup while employee operated.
Mae Linda Brown, rheolwr cwmni Theatr Bara Caws, a'i merch Caren, wedi dechrau cwmni sy'n cynnig gwasanaeth anarferol.
Mae o wedi fy nghorddi erioed fod yn rhaid nodi os ydi merch yn briod neu beidio, a bod dyn jest .