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  • "There has been an uptick in sales in the last month or so because of all the publicity we've gotten," Mr. Zucker said. "We credit that to people who are supporting us and want to show support. For that matter, they're not sure how long they can get the product, so they want to get it now."

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  • "We're taking a humorous but hard approach to saving our business," Mr. Zucker told The Washington Times.

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