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gajanan4
 India
Audio and Video CD / DVD at cinema houses Printer Friendly Version
A small store for Audio / Video CDs and DVD could be set in a decent location just outside the exit of the movie malls, so that the people could buy / rent the same. The sales would be high as most of the Movies, are NEW, EXCITING and create immediate impact on a persons mind after the movie isover. Movie CD/ DVDs would sell high all over as new movies are bought immediately by movie lovers and Music CDs in India would be high sellers as all Indian movies have amazing musics. The game is in the location and the presentation of the outlet immediately outside the Exit of the Mall. Movie Mall owners could have this idea tested at one of their semi - metro outlets. All The Best !
Reward: Would be happy if it turns you wonders, just dont forget me for this idea. Thanks ! 

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Ben Wilder
 USA
Cooking Class Meets The Chef's Market Printer Friendly Version
Lately I have become very disinterested with cooking the same foods all the time, but I don't have the experience to pick out the right ingredients or the time to learn how to make great exciting food. I know I'm not the only one to experience this clumsy feeling towards experimentation in the kitchen. If there were only a store that could inspire me to cook extraordinary food while giving me good advice.
Enter CHEF COACH, the full-service cooking supply store for the amateur where you can shop for meals, get culinary advice or have all your ingredients picked out and pre-prepared for you in a read-o-cook package. All you have to do is take it home and follow the quick & easy directions. Your friends will think that you have spent all day preparing.
Don't have the right equipment? - Chef Coach is a full-service cooking supply store, providing you with access to every piece of equipment you will need to make your culinary masterpiece, including rental of anything from preparation to presentation. WE WILL DELIVER and PICK UP! Leave the dish washing to us!
Afraid of screwing up the meal? - You can have a certified chef assist you in cooking all or part of the meal in the cooking section of the market, allowing you to participate, practice your skills, and receive coaching.
Reward: Make a store in Boston and get me some free passes. 

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old_kyle_w
 USA
Improved freight transit Printer Friendly Version
This idea is directed at the USA but might have application elsewhere.
I am proposing an idea to our government to promote the creation of a nationwide, privately run, rail shipping system that could significantly affect the energy cost and number of interstate trucks. The idea is a cross between the Interstate highways and Federal Express. The infrastructure would be developed and paid for by both the federal and local governments just as the Highways were. Initially it would only connect major transport hubs. Over time it would be extended to cover the same sites our current interstate system covers, possibly by using land contiguous with the highways. A major rail yard being set up outside each transport hub. The trains would only carry truck trailers that would be picked up at the rail yard and delivered to their final destination.
Where the Fed Ex idea comes in would be in the charter under which the schedules were run. Trains would leave on-time, whether fully loaded or not. Delivery at the rail yard would be guaranteed by the private firm running the system. This private firm would gain the concession to run the service by bid from the Federal government. They would be held to their schedules, rates and penalties by the terms of their contract and federal law, the ultimate penalty being loss of the concession and a fine. Payment for the concession would be used for repayment of the construction costs. Private trucking firms would supply the delivery to final destination and from source to the rail yard.
I suggest this idea for two reasons, although it may have several others. After talking with some friends who were truckers but have left the business, I found they were driven out by rising fuel costs and flat charge rates. The rates set by the major trucking firms make it impossible for small contractors to compete. This is the way capitalism works and eventually, when the competition is reduced, rates will rise again. This proposal would reduce the amount of fuel used for long distance transportation while overcoming the chief objection to rail transport, untimely delivery. Secondarily, it would decrease the number of heavy trucks on the interstates which would increase the safety and structural life of those roadways. I would appreciate your thoughts both on the feasibility of the idea and a method of presentation that might gain some considered thought by our government.
Reward: Fewer trucks on the Interstate and less air polution. 

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