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Re: [Groop]Groop T-Shirts
I think, for sending T shirts, there is no need to use envelope with air
bubble. Thick paper envelope can be OK as long as it's strong... as T shirts
is not a sensitive thing like disk/CD/tape as it might break (T shirt don't
Gary Grossmann wrote:
> Hi Folks! It's T-Shirt Time!!!!!
> Ok, here?s the deal. The shirts cost $12.30 or so a piece, including
> Washington?s horrendous state sales tax. If you are picking up the shirt at
> San Diego, send this amount to me.
> Domestic postage is kind of a weird. The shirts weigh 8-10ounces, depending
> on size, which costs in the mid-two dollar range to send. But a decent
> envelope weighs enough to push it over 11 ounces and anything between
> 11ounces and 2 lbs. costs $3.20 plus the envelopes cost something. BUT, if
> you send something in one of those cardboard Priority envelopes, it costs
> the $3.20 and the envelopes are free so it all kind of works out and that?s
> what I?m going to do. Soooo, domestic folks add $3.20 and send me: $15.50.
> Multiple Shirt Folks: Just multiply the $12.30 by the number of shirts and
> add $3.20.
> Canadians add $3.00 for postage and send me $15.30.
> Other International folks: Things vary a little and sometimes depend on
> whether you want it in 10 days or 2 months. From what I can figure out, the
> best thing is to add $5-6. So send me $18.00. If you don?t mind waiting
> for two months, send $16.00. Azamin, don?t send anything. Just add it to
> my Groo Credit.
> PLEEEAAAASE send the funds ASAP since I have already paid half for the
> shirts and will be paying the other half upon delivery, which should be by
> Saturday. Thanks and take care -Gary G. (or is it Marvin?)
> Oh, yeah, My address is:
> Gary Grossmann (or so they'd like you to believe)
> 8916 Blomberg Street SW
> Olympia, WA 98512
> Groop maillist - Groop@groo.com
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