Tie-in products store

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Dwight Schrute

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Français - France
Dear friends,

I am still rewriting my résumé and I have another question (again!).

During Business school, I worked in a student assocation that was actually running a store within the Business school. It was selling scholar books and other non-scholar products like t-shirts, glasses, clothing featuring the Business School logo.

In order to describe this assocation, I wrote

"The xxx Business School books and tie-in products store": is the use of "tie-in products" correct?

Thank you !
 
  • dermott

    Senior Member
    B.E. via Australian English
    Hard to think of an appropriate term. Do you think you need to mention that the store sold the other products? I'd rather boast of having sold books than t-shirts and sunglasses. ;)
     

    Dwight Schrute

    Member
    Français - France
    Thank you

    Then maybe I will just say:

    " The xxx Business school book store (annual revenue: €xK)". And I'll explain what else we sold if needed.

    Thank you :)
     
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