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Fun with the 99 Cent Tote Bag

Published 12 August 10 03:38 PM
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Check out our sweet cheap customized tote bags.

Oh hey there, 99 cent tradeshow tote bags. Looks like you could use a little sprucing up. I mean, with a minimum order of 250, someone looking to attract a ton of attention to a tradeshow booth could scoop up 250 of you for $292.50 including set up.

Let's try a few things on in the virtual workshop. I like red phones. Do you like red phones? Let's try out a red phone, cheap customized tote bags.

No, that won't do. You're futuristically eco-friendly so you're way past the rotary phone phase, even if it is a cool red phone. Here, try this:

It's Grow Guy! That guy turns up everywhere. He may not be the best choice for customized tote bags, however. Next!

Mmm. These cheap customized tote bags would work perfectly for a bacon convention. I'm looking at you, BaconCamp. They may, however, be too delicious. Also, a one-color design will look great on these custom tote bags. Let's see what we can dig up.

Yes, you're right. Like IE6, the Comic Sans font is taking a beating on the Internet lately. You're more of an Arial customized tote bag, anyway. I have one last idea.

That's more like it. But why stop there, customized tote bags? You could be anything, and all for the bargain price of 99 cents each for any quantity over 250. Go forth and spread whatever message you'd like. And bring bacon.

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About Lynn Jusinski

After an internship at a home magazine where she wrote about media rooms and $500,000 pool renovations from the comfort of a teeny, cluttered dorm room, Lynn Jusinski graduated from a small college in Pennsylvania and then moved on to write for two weekly newspapers in suburban Philadelphia. A column she penned for the papers won an award from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association. In 2007, Lynn moved back to the magazine world, and worked full-time as an associate editor for ADVANCE for Health Information Professionals. Her work on the magazine led to “Rookie of the Year” honors and a second place feature award in the annual Editorial Excellence Awards presented by Merion Publications Inc. In her free time, Lynn is typically stuck in traffic, shopping, reading, constructing poorly made crafts and hanging out in and around her hometown.
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