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Old 09-03-08, 11:50 AM
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Nestle Go Play Labels

My wife and I drink a lot of bottled water, and because Nestle is generally the cheapest, that's what we buy. They've got a redemption program where schools can collect and submit bottle labels and in exchange Nestle donates, like, money or supplies or whatever it is they offer. We don't have any kids, and the schools our cousins, niece and nephew attend aren't participating in the program. If anyone is collecting these for their kid's school and wants some additional labels, let me know. I'll be more than glad to send them either to you, or if I can, I will send them direct to Nestle on your kid's school's behalf. It seems a shame to just throw them away, when I know our schools can use anything they can get.
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Yeah, just think, someday when the school needs an example of wasteful and environmentally unsound individual product packaging for science class, they can take a field trip to the landfill and see all those bottles.
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My wife drinks that kind. I just drink tap water. They are probably the cheapest because of the source. If you look on the bottle it says "Source: Denver Public Water Supply" So I guess she is drinking tap water also.
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My wife drinks that kind. I just drink tap water. They are probably the cheapest because of the source. If you look on the bottle it says "Source: Denver Public Water Supply" So I guess she is drinking tap water also.
because clearly they just have a guy named Pedro that just puts the water bottle under the faucet in his bathroom and caps it

http://www.nestle-waters.com/en/Menu...ty/qualite.htm
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Nestle Labels

Hi,
I collect the labels for my daughters school and I would welcome anyones contributions. E-mail @ [email protected]
Thank you
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