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The UPS Store Display Upgrade

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 DISPLAY CODE DISP140UPS - 53" tall / 29.75" spin diameter  
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The 140 pocket display was the hit of last year’s National Convention. It allows you to offer more variety by adding a tower of A*Press and wings featuring StandOuts™ and MOTION cards. It takes up the SAME amount of space but offers you so much more in customer selection and profit per square foot as a result.

 

SCHEDULE YOUR UPGRADE

To be included in the next shipment (July 31), submit order by June 9

 
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Cards

Upgrade assortment will include 50 packs of cards (30 A*Press, 10 Blanks & 10 A+Plus) and will ship on open control with a full set of reorder tickets. We also have an assortment featuring the same set except 30 BLANK designs instead of A*Press

 

OR...  If you're interested in our *NEW* America card product, Avanti is fleixble to execute shipment for those cards to your center as well.

All display parts and freight are FREE

Final fill cost for cards may vary 

Estimated cost $615 (after 5% discount)

Net-90 available on upgrade shipment

 

 

Expo East

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Feel Good Funny! The Avanti brand is all about characters caught in the act of living life to the fullest. They light up the greeting card aisle with their upbeat, positive outlook on life – live large, play hard, laugh loud! Translated into over 20 languages and sold around the world, Avanti products connect with consumers regardless of age, race or background. With the addition of BIG Funny, StandOuts, BLANKS and Minis, and the Pretty Funny A*Press collection, the Avanti universe has something for everyone!

Did you know?
Avanti greeting cards are eco-friendly!
• FSC Certified (Forest Stewardship Council)
• SFI Certified (Sustainable Forestry Initiative)
• PEFC Certified
(Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification)
• 10% post-consumer recycled content
• All inks free of VOCs
• 100% printed in USA

 

Avanti participates in the 25% Off Club for Expo East 2016

 

Standard Program Benefits Include

• Free Display with Card Purchase

• Free Freight on Orders over $99

• Exchanges for credit on unsold or damaged product

• In Store Service throughout North America

• Seasonal subscription - Auto Avanti!

 

CLICK HERE for complete program and costs

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Woodward Avenue Streetcar

DETROIT NEWS PHOTO, CIRCA 1954 (and 2016)

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In 1941, Detroit’s Department of Street Railways operated one of the most vibrant mass transit systems in the country, including 910 electric streetcars rumbling over a web of 20 railcar routes. By 1952, however, all but four lines had been converted to diesel busses: Michigan (its busiest and most profitable route), Woodward, Gratiot, and Jefferson. On Sunday, April 8, 1956, about 2,000 streetcar enthusiasts participated in the last ceremonial runs on Woodward. Afterwards the entire streetcar fleet was sold to Mexico City, where many continued to operate until a 1985 earthquake destroyed the last of them.
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A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this card benefits the Detroit Historical Society.

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A Tigers fan peeks from behind one of the steel support beams holding up the second deck at Briggs Stadium. The park’s stands were so close to the action that fans could sometimes hear infielders chatting, but the price of such intimacy was thousands of obstructed view seats. While many fans regarded the posts as a major irritant, most dismissed them as just one of the quirks that helped make the stadium unique. “Like the assembly-line town it represented,”
essayist Peter Hyman eulogized after the stadium closed in 1999, “the ballpark was more workmanlike than elegant—full of imperfections but entirely lacking in pretense.”



 

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