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SEASONS DOLLS
Ò...the cloth doll for all the Seasons in your lifeÓ

111 East 1st Street
D al l y , Wy omi ng 00007
(000) 555-9999
Shelly Artiste owner Date: January 16, 1998

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section

Page

Section I. Executive Summary

4

Section II.

5

Mission, Goals and Objectives
General Description of the Business
Mission Statement
Goals and Objectives

Section III.

Background Information

7

The Industry
Current and Future Trends
Business “Fit” in the Industry

Section IV.
A.

B.

Section V.
A.

B.

C.

Organizational Matters
Business Structure
Management

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