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Beemer

Informal for a BMW, an expensive automobile and motorcycle brand. Beemers are seen culturally as a sign of sometimes conspicuous wealth, and companies often market luxury goods and services to people who own them.
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Beemer said the appointment could especially help Mayer if she has aspirations in retail.
Joining him on the nearly four-hour journey to Armitage Park was Beemer's wife, 47-year-old Kim Beemer, and another daughter, 31-year-old Mandy Beemer.
Instead, Beemer saw an opportunity to streamline deployment by providing users with either Web-delivered "thin client" or clientless browser access to Web applications, client/server applications and file shares, from a range of browsers and operating systems.
Management team executives Mark Beemer, CEO, and Lee Blank, COO, have experience in agricultural processing, grain trading, railroad negotiations, logistical economics and acquisitions.
The large footprint will provide AENS great flexibility in plant design, allowing us to build significant rail infrastructure to accommodate the high-density Union Pacific mainline," said Beemer.
Beemer recommended that department stores use discrete print ad campaigns to make the mattress department stand out, have salespeople readily available and offer more choices of the top brands on the floor.
You compare yourself to that jerk next door who just bought a new Beemer.
My Beemer had the petrol power pack which is built at the German company's new engine plant in the Midlands.
ITL Vice President for Sales in North America Thom Beemer said that previously, FFETS had transported less than trailer load (LTL) cargo into Puerto Rico.
McMullen Young Professional of the Year Award went to Dawn Beemer of the Oakland County Health Division; and
When asked what kind of car he wants when he gets his license he quickly responded, "For learn, I get a Beemer.
Beemer has spent more than 20 years observing consumer habits, moods and desires.