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  • "LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION: WINNING SITE SELECTION PROPOSALS." Pittman, Robert H. 2006. Management Quarterly 47, no. 1: 12-25. Business Source Premier, EBSCOhost (accessed November 18, 2009).
    The article provides an overview of the typical commercial and industrial customer's location decision process and offers guidance for attracting new business to the utility's service territory. Since site selection is an investment decision, most companies calculate the costs, benefits and returns on investment among alternative locations. The three phases of the typical site selection are presented and the different reasons behind the companies' expansion or relocation decisions are discussed.

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