Shipping

Steve Jones, 2009-10-16

I’ve got a conference to attend in a few weeks, and needed to get some things out the door. Every year we give away a lot of shirts and prizes at a party, and typically I have the person I order shirts from send them to the conference. However this year I wanted to re-use a bunch of shirts.

So I counted out my supply of shirts after my run today. At first I got nervous when I went through the first 4 boxes. It seemed like I might not have enough shirts, but it turned out OK. As I packed them up and counted them, I sent away

  • 75 XL
  • 50 L
  • 19 M

And I still have about 10-12 XLs and 3 Ss sitting in the basement. With about 4 dozen S, XXL, and XXXL shipping from the supplier, I think I’ll be shipping shirts back home again, but at least I won’t have a big inventory for next year.

Now if I can get rid of some books….

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