From Brian Berk of Convenience Store News

Bill Clinton Sets the Tone for NRF’s 101st Convention

bill-clintonThe former U.S. chief then recalled his first retail job, working for a grocery store at age 13. He subsequently talked the grocery store owner into allowing him to set up his own retail business within the store that sold used comic books. “I had two chests filled with perfectly preserved comic books,” he recalled. “During the months I worked at the grocery store, I sold every one. I made about $100 and I felt like a millionaire. I now know I was a fool. If I had saved those comic books, they’d be worth $200,000 to $300,000 today. But it was a good experience.”

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From Brian Berk of Convenience Store News Bill Clinton Sets the Tone for NRF's 101st Convention The former U.S. chief then recalled his first retail job, working for a grocery store at age 13. He subsequently talked the grocery store owner into allowing him to set up his own retail business...