NAPLES, Fla. -- At the invitation of the American Health and Beauty Aids Institute, about 120 suppliers, distributors and retailers of ethnic health and beauty care products gathered July 18-20 in this Gulf Coast city to discuss consumer trends, the role of point-of-sale information in marketing strategies and the problem of out-of-stocks, among other issues. In between, attendees squeezed in golf and fishing tournaments and an evening on the Naples Royal Princess cruise ship. The ...

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