Re(2): hubbed or hubless?? video cases

Maria Koehmstedt (mariak@clatsop.cc.or.us)
Fri, 4 Jun 1999 11:41:47 -0700 (PDT)

Stan,

Two good sources for inexpensive boxes:

Video Sevice of America
P.O. Box 29019
Lincoln, NE 68529
800-888-2140
www.vsa1.com

We just got Amary boxes for .49 each. We've dealt with this company for
years. It's also our source for the high quality VHS tapes we use for PBS
downlinks.

Polyline Corp.
1401 Estes Ave.
Elk Grove Village, IL 60007-5405
800-701-7689
Fax 800-816-3330

This company has a neat policy of allowing you to buy full cases of
various items and they all add up by number of cases. Six cases of
anything gets you a discount. (Price example: hard plastic full clear
sleeve with posts trayside. 100 per case. 1-5 cases .43 each item, 6-11
cases .395 each item.) You need to call when you're about to place an
order to get the current price and a quote number that guarantees the
price while your institution takes forever to process the p.o. I buy
audio cassette boxes, boxes with literature wells, etc. from this company.

I'm looking forward to hearing about other people's baragains too!

Maria