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 John Corlett - “I think the public's primary consideration when they shop for insurance is price.”
 Candace Corlett - “I think everyone expected an explosion the last time and went overboard. Everybody way overstocked.”
 Candace Corlett - “This sector is having a very, very hard time competing with Wal-Mart. If grocery chains keep focusing on price, they will certainly lose the battle, just like Winn-Dixie,”
 Candace Corlett - “More than just service, it's the respect, rapport, ambience that engages customers so that price becomes the last thing on their minds as they walk around stores.”
 Candace Corlett - “is serious stuff that is on people's minds. This is a worry.”
 Candace Corlett - “They had their shot at doing Lands' End very well a couple of years ago.”
 Candace Corlett - “Shopping is both a necessity and entertainment so while consumers may have to less money to spend, that doesn't necessarily affect their enjoyment of the shopping experience. What is fundamentally different is where consumers shop and their shopping mindset.”
 Candace Corlett - “The modern grocer needs to stop blaming Wal-Mart and focus on improving the shopping experience.”
 Candace Corlett - “The clinics fit consumer's lifestyles, bringing the service to the shopper. Consumers are responding to it well. ... The whole topic of women's health and personal wellness is so focused on stress relief and stress management. What the in-store clinics do is shed one more level of stress.”
 Candace Corlett - “Service with respect has become the foundation on which store loyalty stands. Women want bargains, to accomplish a lot in one trip, and interesting items, but if the level of service and respect is found wanting, none of that matters.”
 Candace Corlett - “We conducted a survey of 1,146 consumers last September where we asked them if they would pay more for groceries in a pleasant shopping environment and 45 percent said they would. That's surprising, because we do live in a Wal-Mart world where consumers are exceptionally price savvy.”
 Candace Corlett - “We conducted a survey of 1,146 consumers last September where we asked them if they would pay more for groceries in a pleasant shopping environment and 45 percent said they would, ... That's surprising, because we do live in a Wal-Mart world where consumers are exceptionally price savvy.”
 Candace Corlett - “This is an age group that has been ignored by most retailers, manufacturers and advertisers. This group has taken their spending to the places that reach out the them travel, restaurants, upscale supermarkets and casinos.”
 Candace Corlett - “It's become embedded in the culture that everyone is entitled to a little bit of luxury.”
 John Corlett - “You would put schools into an impossible situation ... almost guaranteeing schools across the state will face fiscal emergency and crisis.”
 Candace Corlett - “Retailers get it, they understand the value of being a good citizen.”
 Candace Corlett - “It's not just getting an earlier start on the Christmas season, it's getting to shoppers before they see their first heating bills, while the weather is still good.”
 Candace Corlett - “It's not just getting an earlier start on the Christmas season, it's getting to shoppers before they see their first heating bills, while the weather is still good,”
 John Corlett - “We just launched a petition campaign. We think it's almost unconscionable that as prices rise higher and higher, the state is reaping a windfall while motorists are suffering.”
 Candace Corlett - “Lots of business opportunities come out of tragedy. It's the capitalist way of life. I think the a market for airport-friendly merchandise is a good thing.”
 Candace Corlett - “Maybe the future isn't so bright. There's a lot of comfort in wrapping ourselves in a simpler time, and also in clothes less demanding of the perfect body. And perhaps it's a bit of a bow to a boomer population that has a little bit of a hard time with spandex.”
 Candace Corlett - “The clothes of that era are all about the fabric and the lay of the fabric, and the body was inside as a hanger. For the majority of couture shoppers and high-fashion shoppers, they don't remember the '40s and everything's new to them. Cinema is their window on that period.”
 Candace Corlett - “The beauty of entrepreneurship is that it rears itself in very unique ways and this is an example of it.”
 Candace Corlett - “The beauty of entrepreneurship is that it rears itself in very unique ways and this is an example of it,”
 Candace Corlett - “You can't treat apparel like underwear and socks, especially if it is fashionable clothing. You've got to present an image, and that's what (Wal-Mart is) not so good at.”