Welcome to Rent A Green Box, the first Zero-Waste pack and move solution in America 다운로드!
Do you ever wonder why we’re cutting down our trees to make cardboard moving boxes that are used once, maybe twice, and then tossed into a landfill 다운로드? After all, cardboard boxes aren’t just wasteful and inefficient, they’re also expensive, hard to tape, hard to stack, easily crushed, dirty and dusty 다운로드. With over 16% of the population packing and moving each year, don’t you think it’s time for a CHANGE?
Be part of the “green” solution
You have the ability to choose between disposability and sustainability – and you’ll be excited to learn that choosing sustainability and moving green actually saves you money 영상앨범 산 다운로드!
- Cut your moving costs in half.
- Recopacks, are made from recycled plastic trash 다운로드.
- Delivered for free, direct to your door and then picked up for free after you have them all unpacked.
- They’ve got comfortable handles, stack perfectly, are easily locked during transport 타로카페 다운로드.
- Studio – $99 for 5 medium, 17 large, 3 extra-large (new cardboard $129)
- Small – $149 for 10 medium, 30 large, 10 extra-large (new cardboard $219)
- Medium – $229 for 20 medium, 40 large, 15 extra-large (new cardboard $319)
- Large – $269 for 30 medium, 50 large, 20 extra-large (new cardboard $398)
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Back in 2009, NPR ran a story titled “‘Reading Rainbow’ Reaches Its Final Chapter.” At the time, that probably seemed like a reasonable headline — after all, after 26 years, the beloved TV show was going off the air, the victim of changing government funding priorities 다운로드. But it looks like there’s actually a lot more to the Reading Rainbow story, and its next chapter is starting in earnest today, with the launch of a new iPad app 다운로드.
The app was created by RRKidz, a startup co-founded by Reading Rainbow host LeVar Burton and producer Mark Wolfe, which licensed the Reading Rainbow name and content from public TV station WNED 웹 페이지 통째로 다운로드. (It also acquired the Reading Rainbow Twitter account earlier this year.)
“Television was an ’80s medium,” Burton said 마이플랫폼 파일. So after the TV show ended, he and Wolfe asked themselves, “What would today’s technology be?” The obvious answer: The iPad.
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Reading Rainbow iPad app
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