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Jerrys Funny Car Stickers has been featured in Mr. Checkout Whats Hot Catalog for Direct-Store Delivery Distributors and Wagon-Jobbers Nationwide

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“Jerry’s Funny Car Stickers offers a line of 12 sarcastic and humorous Euro-style oval car stickers.”
Jerry’s Funny Car Stickers can now be found in the New Arrivals section of the Mr. Checkout What’s Hot Catalog. Independent Distributors, Wagon Jobbers and Store Owners now have access to view a line of 12 sarcastic and humorous Euro-style oval car stickers.

Jerry’s Funny Car Stickers, an industry leader is pleased to announce a new partnership with Mr. Checkout Distributors to offer it’s latest products to Mr. Checkout’s network of over 1,000 independant distributors, wagon jobbers and store owners.

Commenting on the new partnership, Mr. Checkout’s founder Bob Goldstein says, “We are delighted to be adding Jerry’s Funny Car Stickers to our online catalog.” Customers will soon be able to visit their local convenience store, bodega or independant grocery store and pick up products from Jerry’s Funny Car Stickers.

With an offering of 12 sarcastic and humorous Euro-style oval car stickers, Jerry’s Funny Car Stickers offers a unique opportunity for distributors to diversify their product offerings to the thousands of stores they service around the United States of America.

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