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Old 01-27-2011, 09:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default Dumbbell Labels For Pens

I wanted to let anyone interested know about a good experience I had with a label vendor. I was looking for dumbbell labels to put on my pens at shows. I wanted labels that did NOT have adhesive on the center portion of the label so it would not gum up the pen clip. I found some at Kenco Labels and ordered the 9/16 in size. When I received them they had adhesive on the center! I called Kenco and he verified the description on their site was incorrect. The 9/16 did have adhesive on the center but he also verified the 1/2 inch did NOT have adhesive on the center. The 1/16 inch didn't make that much difference to me so they shipped me the 1/2 inch labels and I am sending the 9/16 inch labels back and they paid shipping both ways. FYI, I have no relationship or interest in Kenco.
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Old 01-27-2011, 11:32 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Glad that some still care about customers.
Now, does anybody around you, still grow those famous Mckinney Cantaloupes.
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I doubt it. A lot of the farm land has been taken over by housing developments.
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