John, a sheep fur trader, developed wool from the rarest form of Dark Gray Sheep in the countryside. He was the only known person in the country to have available stock of the wool developed from these Dark Gray Sheep. Since no one else around had access to them or knew where any other may be located, John was able to run the most successful wool business in his region.
However, it was not just the sheep that made his business stand out. He ran a perfect business and marketing model that was able to reach out and contact other companies throughout his region and beyond. He was able to convince everyone that there was no other wool on the market could come close to his brand. Everyone wanted to purchase articles of clothing manufactured from his sheep’s wool to dress warm for the winter.
In John’s northern region of the country, the weather became extremely cold during the winter months. Anytime one would go outside, it would be a risk of catching hypothermia and frostbite. This is where John’s mission came in and how he could help everyone living in his cold neck of the woods.
Before the coldest months of the year arrived, he packed the back of his truck full of wool from the rare dark gray sheep. He set out on long ventures every day for two weeks to ensure everyone had the chance to purchase the wool to keep warm for the winter. He provided gloves, hats, scarves, and any article of clothing that his neighbors could bundle up with during the ferocious winter nights. They were fast approaching and John knew he had to hit every area in the region. There were many people who did not have a car and he lived too far away in the countryside for them to use public transportation.
The first places he would go were the other houses in the scenic countryside. They were the closest to his location and he knew everyone like they were a member of his family. If he needed a place to stay overnight during his travels, he knew there would be a warm bed somewhere. John had a specific route he would drive in the countryside as indicated on this map. This route was the quickest and most efficient way of delivering his dark gray sheep’s wool to the country dwellers. He would even offer them a hefty discount on the price since he knew most people in the area for so long. They had supported his business and he showed them his appreciation in return. The families who lived in the area would sometimes buy extra wool to create their own crafts to keep the children warm during the winter.
Once John finished tackling the countryside, it was time for him to make his annual trip to the city to sell his wool. There were not as many people who knew him in the urban scene, but that did not stop him from trying to make a profit from his dark gray sheep.