>>> firstname.lastname@example.org 01/26/01 11:00AM >>>
Hence the "ummmm" . . . maybe you shouldn't mention us by name in case
they decide to stop taking our PO's! You could use something like "a
University Libraries Media Center I know of . . ." :)
University of Washington Libraries
On Fri, 26 Jan 2001, Lori Stevens wrote:
> I'm glad to find out they take your po's. Now I can twist some arms and find out why they are not taking mine! We have had to use a check or credit card with every transaction. Hmmm.
> >>> email@example.com 01/26/01 09:24AM >>>
> Ummm, we've been ordering the bulk of our features over the last two years
> with Movies Unlimited for VHS and DVD Planet (Ken Crane's) for DVD--and
> used PO's for every purchase. Never used Express.com, though, so maybe
> it's just *they* who don't take PO's . . .
> Randy Hertzler
> University of Washington Libraries
> On Fri, 26 Jan 2001, Lori Stevens wrote:
> > We get most of ours through DVD Planet (formerly Ken Crane's) Express.com, and Movies Unlimited. We have received great service from all three. The only problem is they don't take purchase orders so we have to use a credit card. Hope this helps!
> > Lori Stevens
> > Media Librarian
> > Utah Valley State College Library
> > Orem, Utah 84058
> > Buffy: "See, this is a school. And we have students
> > and they check out books. And then they learn things."
> > (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, 1997)
> > >>> firstname.lastname@example.org 01/24/01 06:57PM >>>
> > I need to purchase alot of DVD's very quickly and reliably at the best
> > prices possible. Normally I purchase from Ingram or Baker & Taylor. Ken
> > Crane's prices look very good. Does anyone have experience dealing with
> > them? Source has to be able to accept printed purchase orders. Any other
> > ideas or comments? thanx!
> > Linda Engelberg
> > Video Librarian
> > Wong Audiovisual Center
> > Sinclair Library
> > University of Hawaii
> > Honolulu, HI 96822
> > (808) 956-5414
> > FAX (808) 956-5952
> > email@example.com