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    I built a display cart to carry to a local grocery store. It is an old timey store that has been in operation over a 100 years. They slice bacon and bologna the thickness you want and wrap it for you. Have horse collars, boots, shoes, clothes and groceries. People come from all over the state to shop here.





    Johnny
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    Nice display Johnny, guess I need to stop by Williamsville and check it out! By the way, the bees I got from u are performing spectacularly! Keep up the good work!

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    Nice!

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    Very nice. I would just add cabinet doors on the bottom to hide the boxes and a large "RAW LOCAL HONEY" sign on the very top of the display just above the first shelf. You have to look hard to tell what it is from a distance.
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    I have 3" letters ordered to put BROKE-T HONEY on the top. It is right next to the front door so everybody walks right in by the display. The guy who sold here before me sold around a drum a month and he only had quarts and pints setting in a shopping cart. I plan on doing better than he did.

    Johnny
    "Suppose you were an idiot and suppose you were a member of Congress. But I repeat myself." - Mark Twain

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    Looks great. What is the source of that very dark honey?

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    Very nice! I particularly like the "Broke-T' logo on the side of the cart. What product is in the tall containers that look like wine bottles?
    Graham
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    Rader, its honey in wine bottles. We sell a lot to people wanting to give them as gifts.

    Wooded, Its spring wildflower honey, and its not as dark as it looks. The chunk honey on the second shelf is almost water white.

    Johnny
    "Suppose you were an idiot and suppose you were a member of Congress. But I repeat myself." - Mark Twain

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    Excellent display!

    Good eye, Graham!
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    Sweet!!
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    Nice Display! Received a copy of TODAY IN MISSISSIPPI a couple of days ago. There is an article about this store. Sounds like a neat place, will have to check it out next time I am in the area. Pick up a bottle of your honey too.

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    nice stand

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    Very nice! Did you make your own plans or did you find plans somewhere?

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    We built it from scratch.

    Johnny
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