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How to pack a game perfectly; Make a buyer happy
Topic Started: Oct 22 2014, 08:25 AM (1,279 Views)
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less than 2 pounds. :P
Edited by No64DD, Oct 23 2014, 01:16 PM.
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Recently, i sent a package- i was very proud of it!
If you want to know how well i packed it, just ask Vinyl.

For those who think packing items perfectly isn't important... think again!


The people in this video are making national news.
I worked in this industry for nearly ten years, and it upsets me to see this level of ignorance; a harsh reality.

•Their average wage is $15.00-$60.00 (per hour) especially during the holiday season.

Remember:
"we'll all be dancing if you're doin it right"
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Thank you Vinyl, :n64:

I acquired the same packing supplies as PEPSI/MT.DEW company uses for consumer gift packs.
It was also evenly "weight distributed"... and NOT against any regulations- PERFECT

The employees in that video- will get fired.
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