Don’t Expect to Find a Lot of Holiday Deals This Year! Guest: GolfBalls.com CEO Tom Cox

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819: Tom Cox, CEO of GolfBalls.com is not alone in his concern that the holiday shopping season for 2021 won’t allow retailers to showcase the usual sales promotions that we’ve all grown accustomed to seeing. Because supply chain issues have limited the amount of product on shelves, companies are concerned about selling products at a discount in November and December, then having nothing left to sell in January and beyond. Like the last few episodes, we also make Tom the Commissioner of Golf and get his best takes on what he’d fix if he were actually in charge. You might be surprised by his answers!

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