Transcript: Buttons Definition: Definition: A button is a small disc attached to an item of clothing to secure two pieces of fabric. Function: Function: Functional Decorative Bone Ivory Shell Wood Synthetic material Materials: Materials: Ivory Wood Bone Shell Synthetic Types of Buttons: Types of Buttons: Flat buttons Shaft buttons Covered buttons Cloth buttons Types of Buttonholes: Types of Buttonholes: Hand-worked Machine-made Rectangular Oval Key-hole Bound Overcast Key-hole Rectangular/machine-made Oval Hand-worked Bound Overcast Definition of button Materials Types of buttons Types of buttonholes Can you remember... Can you remember...
Transcript: Buttons! Works Cited! How It's Made! Political Buttons! History! George Washington, 1789, more like clothing buttons. 1860, Abraham Lincoln (could sew or wear as a necklace) 1896, Whitehead and Hoag Company, patent, pin-back like the buttons we know today. history how it's made role in advertising campaign buttons buttons today Photos Cited! "Abraham Lincoln Campaign Ferrotypes." Abraham Lincoln Campaign Ferrotypes. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 Sept. 2016. "Funny Slogan Buttons Joke Friends Quotes Fun Gifts." Slogan Buttons & Pins. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 Sept. 2016. Mckinleymuseumcurator, By. "Blog: List of McKinley Firsts Part 1: Campaign Pins, or Getting Your Message in Ten Words or Less." The McKinley Birthplace Museum. N.p., 28 June 2016. Web. 06 Sept. 2016. @PajamaPresident. "Corporate Pajamas Marketing Solutions - Home." Pinterest. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 Sept. 2016. "Political Buttons from the Button Museum - Photo Essays." Time. Time Inc., n.d. Web. 06 Sept. 2016. @4over4. "Why Pin-Back Buttons Are a Huge Marketing Success | 4OVER4.COM." 4OVER4COM. N.p., 22 July 2014. Web. 06 Sept. 2016. By the Late 1970‚Äôs, the Political Buttons Popularity as a. "The Fascinating and 'Pointed' History of How the Button Was Born :: Zippy Pins." The Fascinating and 'Pointed' History of How the Button Was Born :: Zippy Pins. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 Sept. 2016. "Funny Slogan Buttons Joke Friends Quotes Fun Gifts." Slogan Buttons & Pins. N.p., n.d. Web. 06 Sept. 2016. "The Long Story Behind Presidential Campaign Buttons and Pins." Time. Time, n.d. Web. 06 Sept. 2016.
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Transcript: Retold: Morgan and Cristy founded by Patrick Harson in 2011 Worlds most important football & biscuit Button Gwinnett The thermal nuclear Button is this button that can destroy the world. There is no button! When the U.S first dropped the bomb on japan, the bomb that they doped on Hashirama they didn't take off with the bomb armed it took of with a piece missing a chunk of uranium and then then one scientist cradled back of this pain and put the missing piece in the fringe on the button the finger that belonged to the president Newman three removed true man himself he approved an order that was already issued to the commander. You have two of their special bombs and here are four of your targets. You can drop them off in Hasharima,Harasiuki,Monk aura and Yugata. and any day before August third you are free to drop off the bomb. Then the problem arose. button Gwennitt signature was impossible to find even now.if you did have one of his they are worth lots of money. their were four buttons of button Gwennett. what is one worth? you wouldn't know because each one is different. The resent one that was sold in new york was sold for seven hundred twenty two thousand five hundred dollars. Why do they carry around the briefcase? http://www.businessinsider.com/mysterious-black-briefcase-follows-us-president-2015-2 We use two different websites to find our information Why did they call it a " Biscuit " and a " Football "? http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/real-story-football-follows-president-everywhere-180952779/ Why is Button Gwinnett's signature so important? http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/button-gwinnett-1735-1777 Why did the US bomb Japan? http://www.pcf.city.hiroshima.jp/virtual/VirtualMuseum_e/visit_e/est_e/panel/A2_2/2201.htm Fun fact: When you get on an elevator and you push the close button, well that button doesn't work it's their just for show but if you put your hand through the door and pull it back quickly it will close the door making the elevator think there is someone in there. Some people might think its a button or a switch but really its just a called football.The man holds/ handcuffed the football a.k.a known as the red button. The most valuable button in the world is a man, Button Gwinnett. Button Gwinnett is one of the two signers of the Deceleration of Independence, born in England in the early 17 hundreds and then moved to Georgia in 1965. He bought an island called St Catherine, he was a serile deter became a radical ised revelation er joined politics in the late 1760's when it got to 1776 Philadelphia independent cau he signed the deceleration of independence, to the left of john Hancock. he went home to Georgia and gets in a dual with a political rival and gets killed in 1777..in 1780 his wife passes away leaving his daughter, by the eighteen hundreds his daughter passes away and his lineage diseases . Why is Button Gwinnett's signature so important? http://www.georgiaencyclopedia.org/articles/history-archaeology/button-gwinnett-1735-1777 The elevator museum fun fact: In the museums walls are filled with buttons and 80% of them don't work. fun fact: An elevator remembers what happens each day between 8:55. Ten thousand seven hundred and three people on an average morning are entering the building and then 4:45, six thousand five hundred leave the building. Why do they carry around the briefcase? Why did they call it a " Biscuit " and a " Football "? Why did the US bomb Japan? Buttons not Buttons
Transcript: Buttons The cutest thing CHOMPER :< The BEST It's my dog! Baby Doll As cute as a button! Cuddle Bug Just a puppy! Lovable Sweetie Pupaluppy QT PIE
Transcript: today we going to see buttons here comes the first button to late ok, i forgive you. Up to te next button yes, an atomic bomb. 3 next button! o my god, an tsunami Ok, now it's enough! This is going to be your last button 6 phew 4 we just go farther with the next button Bye! Oh, shit, an tornado, aaaaaaahhhhhh push it don't push it sorry! look what you have done. an eurthquake! ok, you can push this one. ice cream! this one is green, so you can push it. Welkom 5 I hope it's something nice it will be an disaster again Hey, i said:''don't push it! 2 1 i'm sorry but the atomic bomb hit the buttons factory, so the writer of this story is dead. That's why this story must stop. Amen! shit, a vulcano eruption! i'm sorry!
Transcript: Candy Expo Christina Cameron Bushnell Marketing 14 May 2014 Price People and Place Children and adults that celebrate Christmas 6-50 years old Health aware Average income (2008-2012 : $53,046) Health conscious: made with gluten free products, so it's healthier for you. Price: It's less expensive than most gluten free candies, and it's delicious. Strategy Pricing below competition: we'll use this to target the more price conscious consumers and will be more competitive to similar products MSRP: $9.99 Psychological pricing odd-pricing: using figures that end in 5, 7 or 9. It is believed that consumers tend to round down a price of $9.95 to $9, rather than $10. Conveys a lower price than even numbers. Discount Coupons: to entice people to buy our product. We would use a coupon because they are convenient and will make the consumer feel like they are getting more for their money. They would be put in the store's newspaper ads. Pretzels covered with a Kiss chocolate and M&Ms Christmas themed Packaged in tin holiday themed containers Multiple channels to reach a larger target market and make our candy more widely available Use of hired agents for less cost to the manufacturer. Intensive distribution so we could sell in all suitable outlets and get complete market coverage. Use of e-commerce to sell to more customers and consumers. Promotion Sales Promotions One free sample will be given out at all retail stores for potential customers to try. There will also be an annual eating contest held by our company to see which lucky contender can break the record of buttons eaten. Channels of Distribution Buttons
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