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"We are in the California National Guard and are currently deployed in Eastern Afghanistan. We are in charge of recovery and maintenance for an engineering company and we are a tight nit group. The shirts were just another way to bring us together. Thanks so much. We love them and are ordering more......CustomInk.com Rocks!!!!!!!!" - 649th Engineering Co. 1st Squad Maintenance (Aug 12, 2011)

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comment by Guest - Aug 13, 2011 - back to the top

cool shirts and GREAT picture..thanks for your service!!

comment by Guest - Aug 13, 2011 - back to the top

Thank you very much! And it is our pleasure.....

comment by Guest - Aug 15, 2011 - back to the top

Thank you is never enough....your GREAT!

comment by Guest - Aug 16, 2011 - back to the top

Awesome!!

comment by Guest - Aug 16, 2011 - back to the top

I noticed you are a 4.9....sending this my friends and see if they will vote too!!! So cool!!

comment by Guest - Aug 16, 2011 - back to the top

I noticed you are a 4.9....sending this my friends and see if they will vote too!!! So cool!!

comment by Guest - Aug 17, 2011 - back to the top

Hey, who is that good looking young guy standing in front there? Now he makes that shirt look good. All of them do! RF

comment by Guest - Apr 29, 2012 - back to the top

Aug30 I like when companies do that sort of thing, but I deeiintfly feel that it should be eased in, because if it's not, then you actually wind up waiting even longer. I think Stop n Shop (not sure if they are a nationwide grocer or not) but out here in NY about 5 years ago, implemented 5 checkout lines where you scan your own groceries in. So for those that only have a few items, it's quick to do. Then about a year ago, they implemented a system, where you pick up a scanner on your way in, by using your shopper card, and as you walk through the store, you scan your items in. Then when you get up to either the cashier, or cashier-less counter, you just scan the register and all your items get processed and then you pay without having to take them out of your cart. Me, being an early adopter of tech, I jumped all over both as soon as I could. I think both these have totally sped up the process for some, but for others, they still like the interaction of the cashier. I've been behind newbs, where I've helped them out in using any of the methods. But it's nice to have a fallback if you have something funky from the bakery or deli and not really sure, or confident about ringing that up yourself.Easing is the best way to go, rather than forcing it down your throat. I think you lose a lot of customers if they get too frustrated with that sort of thing.