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Topic - Kevin Lane Keller
Back in the days before Gap, J. Crew or American Outfitters, there were guys like L.L. Bean.
"They had an iconic catalog that they had figured out. Now they're having to look at other ways to sell," he said.
Along the way, the company has successfully expanded from a catalog retailer to an online retailer and a bricks-and-mortar retailer and has managed to create customer loyalty that's widely envied in the corporate world, said Kevin Lane Keller, a branding expert at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth University.