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Slowly but surely, Tuesday Morning Corp. is doing all it can to get potential investors to sit up and take notice of the profitable, growing company.
Late last year, Tuesday Morning underwent a stock split and soon after launched a secondary stock offering of 1.3 million shares.
All went well. The split boosted the stock price and the new shares were sold at prices that reached beyond $18 per share.
Still, the price lags behind analysts' earnings projections of the unique retailer of closed-out merchandise, having settled back at about $13.50 recently.
Next week, Tuesday Morning co-founder and Chairman Lloyd Ross will lead a management contingent to New York where they will meet with 20 or …