capitalize on the growing

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  • Perhaps he believed he could capitalize on the growing recreational movement in the country.
  • The goal of the association was to capitalize on the growing demand for a competing association.
  • Square D hoped to capitalize on the growing concern of factory safety.
  • He hoped to capitalize on the growing film industry in Vancouver.
  • Owner Alan Phillips moved Harry's across the street to the larger location to capitalize on the growing clientele.
  • To capitalize on the growing European freight market, Fred.
  • At the time of their interview, Barbara's speech writing was resonating with the human service course she was taking at a community college to try and capitalize on the growing need for social workers in the region.
  • Companies such as Konami, Capcom and Acclaim Entertainment derived many of their gaming ideas from two sources to better capitalize on the growing industry.
  • The company initially began as a juice and smoothie company and has since shifted gears to also offer an expanded line of raw juices to capitalize on the growing interest in juicing.
  • As a result, Irving has been able to capitalize on the growing need for low-emission fuel in California and other U.S. markets (delivered by its own ships).
  • In an effort to capitalize on the growing need for oil pumping engines, P. J. Shouvlin developed and sold his first gas engine for oilfield pumping applications.
  • In 1908, Briggs and Stratton was born to capitalize on the growing automobile industry.
  • The airline intends to capitalize on the growing tourism in Thailand focusing on the Asian and European markets.
  • They formed ReignCom, with Yang as CEO, originally as a semiconductor distributor, then decided to capitalize on the growing MP3 player market.
  • The waiting list for a popular Harley-Davidson model was up to two years, and Excelsior-Henderson positioned to capitalize on the growing market and unfulfilled demand.
  • FOX attempted to capitalize on the growing adult fan base by introducing this new incarnation in November 2001, but due to its major time slot, the series couldn't match the success of its animated predecessor.
  • In the late 1990s, in an effort to capitalize on the growing move toward electrical deregulation, Wray developed and patented a device which improved the use of electricity for medium-sized commercial and industrial users.
  • In the Fall of 1999, the Texas Tech Nano Tech Center was formed to capitalize on the growing interest in microsensors and microanalysis systems.
  • Following the relative success of Shut Up, Dude, their first mixtape, Das Racist were quick to capitalize on the growing hype surrounding them, releasing Sit Down, Man within six months of its release.
  • In 1887, Henry, James, Benjamin, and Robert Oxnard sold their Brooklyn sugar refinery and moved to California to capitalize on the growing agricultural economy of the late nineteenth century.
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