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Who Needs Print Borkers?

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

It's election time once again. Politicians trying to seek a seat are busy campaigning. They're actually busy even before the start of the campaign period. They need to prepare the campaign paraphernalia needed. I am wondering if they have print brokers when it comes to their campaign materials. I heard that this is the in thing nowadays because it actually helps and this could be a load off a politician's back when someone takes care of it, I mean a professional one. Now for those ones who are wondering if I'm running or not, and since you never believed that I wasn't, everything is now clear, right?