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Old 07-03-2006, 11:27 AM   #1  
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Default What do you use to transport supplies to workshops and camps etc..

Hey all,
I am new to the site, hope I posted in the right place. Thought I already posted this but can't find it! I am a SU hobbiest demonstrator and need something to transport supplies when I go to stamp camps, wkshps.etc.. It needs to be economical, I don't have a lot of funds to spend! And organized,(I guess) and most importantly onl wheels (I can't not carry any thing very heavy due to health issues). If you have suggestions where would I purchase the item. Also, need something more economical than the SU stamp pad holder for stamp pads. Some one had mentioned ole carousel type 8 track or cassette holders, I ordered one off e-bay but the slot was to large the stamp pad fell out. If you have ideas on this also please tell me where I could get it. I know you will have great ideas from just reading the last 2 days.
Thanks in advance for any info!
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Old 07-03-2006, 11:33 AM   #2  
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you may want to look into signing up for the demo only forums...you can find info here:

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This will give you a lot of help.

I typically carry 2 baskets, one with samples, and one with catalogs, orders forms and such...then I have a tote bag that I carry all of my supplies for the workshop. I try to keep it simple, so that people don't think it's overwhelming.

For you, maybe looking into one of those collapsable (sp?) roling crate carts, it may work out really well for you, we have them here at work, and they're great.

Ink pad storage, unfortunately I can't help you there, I've got the color caddy, and am quite pleased.

Good luck to you!
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