William Wrigley Jr.

William Wrigley Jr.

American chewing gum industrialist William Wrigley Jr. began by selling soap and offered baking powder as an incentive to buy it. Finding the baking powder more popular, he switched to selling it instead and gave his customers gum as an incentive. Again, he found that the gum was more popular and began to sell it instead.

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