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Slideshow: Pack Expo Packs 'Em In
11/8/2012

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Polypack Inc. brought a sports theme to the packaging show with polyethylene wrappers designed to look like baseballs, basketballs, and footballs. The sports wrappers can be used for juice packs and canned goods.
Polypack Inc. brought a sports theme to the packaging show with polyethylene wrappers designed to look like baseballs, basketballs, and footballs. The sports wrappers can be used for juice packs and canned goods.

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Charles Murray
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Re: The scary guy and the jellyfish
Charles Murray   11/8/2012 3:37:52 PM
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I tried to go back and try the frozen yogurt, Rob, but never made it. The show was just so huge. It encompassed the East, South and North Halls (upper and lower level) of McCormick Place in Chicago.

Rob Spiegel
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The scary guy and the jellyfish
Rob Spiegel   11/8/2012 3:25:53 PM
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Great slideshow, Chuck. I liked the additional shots and info on Scary Guy. Loved the jellyfish. But most of all, did you get one of the robotic soft-serve ice cream treats?

naperlou
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Robotics show
naperlou   11/8/2012 11:46:58 AM
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Chuck, it looks more like a robotics show.  There were certianly some interesting prodcuts and systems shown.  I wish I had been there.

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