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Old 11-03-2006, 08:45 PM   #1
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Displays/Storage For Brochures & Samples


(I thought there was a kitchen and bath forum?)

Anyway, I was wondering how you store your brochures and samples?

I just spent almost 30 min looking for a tile brochure Never did find it. So, my new project is figuring out a better storage solution. We have a room 16' x 9' and all that's in it is a 5' rack with 4 shelves and a bunch of plastic boxes, etc. I'd love to go to Ikea and get more cabinets to match the rest of our office, but I don't want to spend a bunch of money.

So, what do you guys do?
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Old 11-03-2006, 11:54 PM   #2
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Post A pic of your office and give us an idea of what we are working with.

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Post A pic of your office and give us an idea of what we are working with.
I'll work on that. I just noticed your location.
So, where exactly is the Deep South, along the West side of Northern Central East Texas? I love it!
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Sorry Melissa, maybe I carried the non-specific verbage too far, so I will replace it with this:

Bonham is located app 1.5 hours northeast of Dallas, exactly halfway between Paris and Sherman on US 82. We are app 20 minutes north of Bonham nearly on the Red River.

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