5/5/2015

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Reasons to be a moldmaker, that is! It's that time of year again, when we spotlight the lighter side of moldmaking with our annual t-shirt tradition created by you.

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Reasons to be a moldmaker, that is! It's that time of year again, when we spotlight the lighter side of moldmaking with our annual t-shirt tradition created by you and distributed at our Amerimold Expo, June 17 &18 in Rosemont, Illinois. Here is a look at some oldies but goodies to get your creative (and humorous) juices flowing.

  1. Free, hot glycol showers.
  2. You get to play with sharp pointy objects.
  3. You get rebates from Band-Aid.
  4. You enjoy attempting the impossible.
  5. You learn how to read backwards.
  6. You have infinite uses for a six-inch scale.
  7. Free manicures, submitted by Lefty and Tommy Two Fingers.
  8. The first moldmaker was God.
  9. We are the best at making things fit.
  10. Moldmakers create lasting impressions.

Now it's your turn. Click here to email me your top 10 reasons to be a moldmaker.

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