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 Post subject: Promo Cubes
PostPosted: Thu Mar 04, 2004 6:19 pm 
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Are companies’ promotional cubes of interest to collecters, or are there just too many varieties of these for them to be collectors’ items? I’m going to be cubing for a company at a conference in Chicago, and I was thinking about seeing if I could get any extra cubes for those who might be interested in having one. Let me know if you might be interested - I'm not sure if I'll be so lucky.

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I grab them whenever I see them, but only to have cubes to use in building or to give away. The main problem is that the centers are riveted in not screwed. If I see one for a buck or two, I usually pick it up. Based on the auctions for the Enron cubes, I'm guessing I'm not alone. You can never have too many cubes!

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 Post subject: Re: Promo Cubes
PostPosted: Fri Mar 05, 2004 2:03 pm 
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I'll happily trade for or buy one if you can get some extras. I guess you could say I'm interested in this sort of cube... I must have close to 200 of them so far!

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Unfortunately, the conference has come and gone, and all of the promo cubes are gone as well. They had 250 cubes to start and I underestimated their popularity (and the size of the conference).

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