I'd like to have a way for those of us who are not in clubs to participate. In anticipation of this event, I designed what I believe to be a very custom and cool container that represents my company (www.brickstuff.com). Because I am only one person, I invested to make a total of 5 containers. Because they are a new design, they have a very high brick count. I would be interested in sending these 5 out and getting 5 in return. I don't want to make 30 containers, but a swap 5-for-5 is interesting to me. Thoughts?
Posted on November 13, 2013 at 12:57 PM ReplyQuote
I agree. My friends and I have formed a club that isn't officially recognized but we have a logo and a paint scheme and would like to participate in the container swap very much. There should be a way to do this.
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