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08 Oct 2010 03:38 PM
    20 for $20*

    At Glue Warehouse, our 8 warehouses allow us to offer next-day delivery, standard. We extend credit to companies with a history of paying their bills on-time and you can place orders by phone, fax or email. 

    However, if you can wait a few extra days, pay with a credit card and make your purchase on-line, it saves us money. So we decided to develop a program that passes those savings along to you. We call it our 20 for $20 program.


    How does it work?  *
    Go to our web site, buy at least 20 tubes, pay with a credit card, and you pay $20 per tube. Pretty simple. Shipping is, of course, free. Mix and match colors as you wish.
        
    Our on-line check-out process is currently being upgraded to allow you to select this option at check-out.   Until then, please contact us by phone or email and we will assign your account a price list that includes this option.
     
    Get 20 for $20 today by calling (877) 595-4583 or email us at info@gluewarehouse.com

    At Glue Warehouse, glue and our customers are our passion. We hope you will give us a chance to earn your business.
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    08 Oct 2010 10:55 PM
    glad to hear you back...but I think you are gonna get many calls with people thinking they get 20 tubes for $20...I know that would be a ridiculous price...but face value thats what it says 20 for $20...for those anal guys like me I need to hear 20 for 400 hundred...do you have smaller programs for people like me who dont spit out two hundred tops a week...suntin like 5 for a hundo...or 10 for a double hundo...Glad youse guys are back
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    09 Oct 2010 01:04 AM

    Gene, I agree... when i saw that I thought maybe they had some left over tubes from when they were doing all the testing. I thought $1 a tube wow...

    I think 20 @ 20  would have been for like it.  Maybe Chad while he was off, watched too many late night infomercials. 

    I guess we will know when he runs the 20 tubes FREE, only if you call in the next 2 hours.... and then the fine print states... $400 shipping and handling not included....

    GiddyUp!! 

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    09 Oct 2010 01:05 AM
    Crap Andy... I misspelled on my post... my EDIT button is gone.... 

    What are we NOT paying you for???  

    We All need an edit button!!
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    09 Oct 2010 06:05 AM
    Shipping and handling $400-that cracks me up.

    Reminds me of a pair of era-correct tail signals I recently bought for my motorcycle on Ebay. Thought I was getting a screaming deal until the shipping charges came out to be twice the value of the part.  Always read the fine print.

    Thanks for the input Gene and Kelsey, we're going to talk it over. I thought we explained the details quite well but then again, who makes it through all the text these days. Most just digest the headline so you better get it right.

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    09 Oct 2010 01:04 PM

    Chad, you must not grocery shop?
    Got your attention now eh?  My guess is, Gene likes to cook as much as I do... so we make trips to the grocery store all the time and we understand pricing at first glance.
    While there, we are reading signs, they are everywhere. For instance if we see a sign Green Beans 3 for $1.00 we know at check out, we get 2 cans for 33 cents and 1 can for 34 cents= $1.00. If we see Pepsi 3- 12pks for $12.00 we know they are $4.00 for each.
    We see your sign 20 for $20, we have to relate back on our everyday experiences. In other words... It's our wives fault!

    Just having fun with you Chad....   
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    09 Oct 2010 05:16 PM
    I read the initial post a couple times and it explains the program in detail. I see that the headline is what you are talking about but 20 for 400 just doesn't sound that catchy.
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    09 Oct 2010 05:20 PM
    Andy, we are just having fun with I was saying we are just having some fun with Chad. It has been a long time since he has posted on here.
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    09 Oct 2010 05:27 PM
    Great analogy Kelsey. My wife only sends me to the grocery store in a real pinch because I'm the guy that can't resist the 3 for $1.00 and come home with enough canned beans for a year. Last month she attempted to get me banned from Costco.

    Gene- fabricators told us over the years that the smaller orders can be a killer when you have to add 10 or 15 bucks for shipping so we included the shipping charges in all of our prices. Have another look and compare- maybe we can talk about it next week.

    Great to be back by the way...
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    09 Oct 2010 05:33 PM
    I know it is all in fun, but it does have some merit. For those that speak out, there are ten that don't say anything so it is worth looking at. Just my opinion, Chad and the guys at Glue Warehouse can decide.

    I like the 20 for $20 idea, great way to save both the fabricator and GW on shipping and handling.
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    09 Oct 2010 05:34 PM
    I fixed the edit button. It was turned off for registered users.
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    09 Oct 2010 11:40 PM
    Andy, I'll give you $20 for 20 times you would put a "Kowboy Edit" button on my screen

    Chad.. I know...  my wife did not renew our sams Club card.
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    11 Oct 2010 12:33 PM
    Chad..Its not a big deal..I was just thinking if i was new to the industry and didn't know you..what would I think?...then after I called you and you told me what it really means in the disclaimer or fine print...what would I think?

    20 for 20 dollars is catchy..but only as it sounds...

    5 for a hundo is catchy and needs no fine print...

    20 tubes at $20 each might also work

    howsabout..
    Buy 15 get 5 free..this way we will have an idea to look up the price without knowing it to see a price to offset the same deal and also encourage us to buy the extra 5

    hey Chad your the reason I think we buy off you...You and Ray are just cool ass people...I buy piece of mind from youse guys...

    I just know if some new glue company posted that headline..I'd be calling it a Bait and switch ad


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    15 Oct 2010 10:48 PM
    Posted By Kelsey Crisp on 09 Oct 2010 05:40 PM
    Andy, I'll give you $20 for 20 times you would put a "Kowboy Edit" button on my screen





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