kyler4444 wrote:I'll be eating a delicious sandwich at Chick Fil A tomorrow and then buying some frames at Hobby Lobby after I purchase some U Line tubes.
Oh that's so cute
ygolohcysp wrote:charter wrote:mfaith wrote:I'm totally on board with boycotting a company in order to stay true to my principles. You call it stupidity, I call it being morally responsible. If you believe a company is working in direct opposition to something you're passionate about and feel very strongly towards, it only makes sense that you wouldn't support them with your money. That's a no brainer. I go out of my way to not shop at Hobby Lobby, and I wouldn't be caught dead eating at Chik-fil-a
I go out of my way to eat at Chick-fil-a because it's delicious. Having an opinion on something to me is different than someone or a company that actively do reprehensible things to people or animals or the environment. The Chick-fil-a CEO not supporting gay marriage is an opinion that they are free to have. If they actively deny employment to gay people then that is reprehensible. Boycotting opinions imo is silly. But, that's just my opinion...it may be silly too. I boycott quality and U-Line sucks. I couldn't care less if the CEO of Yazoo was in an orgy with Hugo Chavez back in the day and they high fived at the end. But, it's also your freedom to boycott! I guess that's what makes it great. USA USA USA.
Didn't Mondo used to use Uline? Side question.
how people give up chik-fil-a i'll never know. mondo used to use uline for sure, the telescoping kind with that nifty black/purple/green logo sticker on one end.
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o4phish20o wrote:RPuzio77 wrote:o4phish20o wrote:bryndavies wrote:If it floats your boat, rock on phish. Sorry you aren't baller enough to drop the extra cash. I do recall that you vacation in Orlando, which speaks volumes. #firstclassupinthesky
No, I expect the best quality and service for my money. Which is what ULine provides. The extra savings also allows for me to keep an extra employee who packs said boxes on a daily basis. Start buying 250,000 or so boxes a year and see if you care about cost & quality any differently. I can call by 6pm every day and my order is delivered the next day. You find me service like that elsewhere, for the same cost or less, you'd find me switching immediately. Its all about the bottom dollar, nothing else.
The firm I work for has used Uline in the past, in my experience you could find compeitors that will meet or beat the price, but you may be a doing volume business so over the course of the year the costs add up.
My assumption for this entire thread was that it was based upon "volume business"... who uses ULine for anything else?
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