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Shoplet.com Video Scavenger Hunt..You Could Save!

Most of my readers have at one point or another heard me talk about Shoplet and how much I love their products and services. As not only a blogger but a mother and teacher I am always looking for not only great ways to save time and money when I buy my home and office supplies. So you are probably wondering at this point about the scavenger hunt since I am sure that is why you are visiting me today. Shoplet.com has launched a commercial that helps you learn  the benefits of their  free eProcurement tools. The video is meant to be informative, as well as interactive and make it more fun, they have created a treasure hunt. As you watch the video make sure to look for the treasures in the video. These treasures are Shoplet.com logo price tags that contain “treasure codes."  You can receive up to 10% off your next purchase at Shoplet.com. So if you are wondering right now What is eProcurement? Can I use these free tools?? Watch the video to find out. Then you can head to Facebook and find out more about Shoplet and all they can offer you.

Did you find all the treasures? Share our Treasure Hunt with your friends so they can win too!

So remember whether you are a small business or you just need great supplies for your home Shoplet.com has what you need! From snacks to filing cabinets and everything in between you are sure to find great prices. To top it all off most orders over $45 also ship for free! Signing up for your eProcurement tools is also free so don't miss your chance now.

*compensation was received for this post. Regardless I only support companies and products I believe in.**

Comments

Melanie Payne said…
I'll have to check this out. never heard of Shoplet com! 10% may come in handy!

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