Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Grab Your Camera and Show us Where You Buy Your Rhodia!

Stephanie

Target? Dick Blick? Borders? Art Brown? We want you to show us where you buy your Rhodia… The next time you are out and about,  snap us a picture of where you buy your Rhodia products so we can assemble an online gallery of local retailers.

To send us your submission, please include the following information:

  • In the subject line of your e-mail, please write: This is where I buy my Rhodia
  • Your name that you want published to Rhodia Drive
  • Your blog link or website (if you have one)
  • The name and location of the retailer where you found the Rhodia products
  • You may include up to two jpg images  – Perhaps one of the storefront and one of the Rhodia display?
  • E-mail the above information to stephanie@rhodiadrive.com

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Images and information will be reviewed for content and clarity and may be published to the Rhodia Drive Blog at a yet to be determined date. Submission is not a guarantee of publication. (Please do not include people in the images without their permission)
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52 thoughts on “Grab Your Camera and Show us Where You Buy Your Rhodia!

  1. Wait! TARGET has Rhodia? Imma gonna take a look, but I’m dubious because I just went to one of the highest rated stationery stores in Greater Cleveland just yesterday (no really!) who were listed by you as a stockist. But no, and it sounded like they had no plans to restock either. But if Target doesn’t have it, then it’s at least a half hour drive for me to get to a vendor. (However, you have a competitor with less suitable paper for fountain pens seems to be not that hard to find. I think you could do better.)

  2. Wait! TARGET has Rhodia? Imma gonna take a look, but I’m dubious because I just went to one of the highest rated stationery stores in Greater Cleveland just yesterday (no really!) who were listed by you as a stockist. But no, and it sounded like they had no plans to restock either. But if Target doesn’t have it, then it’s at least a half hour drive for me to get to a vendor. (However, you have a competitor with less suitable paper for fountain pens seems to be not that hard to find. I think you could do better.)

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