rebuy

rebuy

(riːˈbaɪ)
vb (tr) , -buys, -buying or -bought
(Commerce) to buy (something) again
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Cost is $45 in advance, $55 at the door and an optional $20 rebuy. RSVP and information can be found at www.bethjudea.org or call Lisa Neiman at (847) 634-0777.
I also struggled to get through to REBUY, part of German company REBUY RECOMMERCE.
Research shows that when the customers feel positive about a brand they are more likely to buy, rebuy and recommend that brand.
Instacart uses machine learning on a massive data set--more than 3 million purchases from more than 200,000 users--to recommend products that users are likely to try or rebuy based on the time of day.
Oliver (1999) presents loyalty as a multidimensional concept: "Loyalty is a deeply held commitment to rebuy or re-patronise a preferred product/service consistently in the future, thereby causing repetitive same-brand or same-brand-set purchasing, despite situational influences and marketing efforts having the potential to cause switching behaviour' (p.
4), Oliver (1993) had defined customer loyalty as "a deeply held commitment to rebuy or re-patronize a preferred product/service consistently in the future", which implies that customer loyalty is an important issue due to its impact on various business aspects in a positive manner.
Thus, MidCountry argued it had no property to rebuy and was not liable for any other damages.
These customers, mostly women, return to rebuy multiples of these "life-changing items" as gifts for their friends and family.
Buffett also uses his cash hoard to rebuy BRK stock when he believes the market value is too low.
In doing so he caused Vandham to sell bonds to his personal account, then promptly rebuy them at a higher price, or to sell them to his personal account at a substantial discount.