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Longaberger CEO asking $15M for 200-acre estate | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 164 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Jul 28, 2011, titled Longaberger CEO asking $15M for 200-acre estate | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Tami Longaberger's 57,000-square-foot mansion in Nashport in Muskingum County might be the biggest residence in Ohio.

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#170 Aug 1, 2011
Bob wrote:
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A fifteen million dollar home is now wretched excess ?
It is in Newark, Ohio.
george clooney

Columbus, OH

#171 Aug 1, 2011
yeah either she cant take care of the place or she fired all the help that kept the place running. Tami does not know how to run a business daddy did it all and and thats why she is raising the price on her crappy baskets to what it is today. If you really look over the baskets the quality is there its just that they charge too much and thats why in this fragile economy people dont have the money to spend on this product.

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#172 Aug 1, 2011
dogtown is right the company has been missing estimates for some time and thats because of lack of leadership from the top. The board of directors or the shareholders should have her removed from office you know as trump would say,,, your fired miss lonaberger and thats that. she might be on the board with osu but her coampnay is not much now. dont buy the baskets there a no good deal.
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#173 Aug 2, 2011
Dogtown wrote:
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Wrong. Done nothing but miss earnings estimates, lay people off, and consider liquidating.
Longaberger is a privately held company and does not publish earnings estimates. They have expanded to many products besides baskets, and have always had a history of layoffs and then rehiring. Nothing new there. She did not buy that estate because her company was going broke, that's for sure. Their foundation gives away more money in a year than you will probably earn in 20.

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