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Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Contest

- Dec. 2, 2011 -
Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Winners for November 14, 2011 Contest

 

Jeff Given of Best Buy, Andrew McNeal of C.H. Robinson, and Larry Maddox of DellTake Home the Honors from more than 300 Entries in One of Our Best Contests Ever!

Week:  Nov. 14, 2011 Contest



This Contest's Winners!

(See "Best of the Rest" Below)

 

 

Jeff Givens
Best Buy


 

Andrew J. McNeal
C.H. Robinson Worldwide




Larry Maddox

Dell


Each winner will receive a nice framed picture of the cartoon with their winning entry and acknowledgement from SCDigest.


Every six months, SCDigest readers will vote on the best cartoon for that period among the bi-monthly winners, and that person will win a $50.00 AMEX Gift Card

 

This week's
Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Contest Winners:

 

Jeff Given
Best Buy

 


Andrew J. McNeal

C.H. Robinson Worldwide


Larry Maddox

Dell

All three will all receive a framed copy of their cartoons and captions with recognition from Supply Chain Digest and be eligible for our semi-annual prize as voted on by readers.

We had a strong number of submissions this contest at more than 300 yet again.. Thank you!

 

Many other great entries! See other especially funny captions below.

Didn't make it? Don't despair - we just have far too many entries to post them all. But you will make it soon!

New cartoon on the SCDigest web site on Monday Dec. 5, 2011.

     

We Need Ideas!

Have an idea for a cartoon?

We would love that too, and will give you the credit.

Send us you idea at:

feedback@scdigest.com

 
 

 

Other Really Goods Ones:

 

"They said it would be in the cloud, but I didn't think they meant that literally."


Michael Hane
CHAINalytics


"I was wondering what they were going to do with that old smokestack."

David K. Schneider
David K Schneider & Company, LLC


"They say it's home to Rapunzel, too."

Catherine Ochse
Graybar


"I said to my buyer, 'Have I got a tall order for you.' This is where they sent me."

Martin Carroll
CHEP


"I can’t believe you volunteered us to decorate that thing for Christmas."

Dean Atkinson
Bobcat Company


“I guess that’s what an ERP means by ‘UP’grade”

Dan Marx
RedPrairie


"We added a few windows at the top – now we say our supply chain is transparent."

Marly M. C. Hazen
CTSI-Global


"They say you can see Hong Kong from up there."

Richard Herring
US Navy


"We love our logistics group - but it's a long distance relationship."

Dale Stout
Parts Unknown


"You want to be the first Dispatcher to try some base jumping?”

Wil Biscardi
HALL'S WAREHOUSE COR
P.


"It was ready last month but the access cards were sent to the wrong location."

Peter Mc Knight
Parts Unknown


"The building committee overdesigned for “show” but I heard they missed on functionality."

Duncan Klett.
Kinaxis


"Logistics visibility out for thousands of miles, but can barely see what's under our noses."


Patrick Hawley
Punctuate Systems, Inc.


“The boss said to make the control tower lean, but that just seems dangerous!”

John Gallucci
Nice Pak


"The potential is huge...but we forgot to include a door."

Alex Fraser
CSC


"I guess it all looks easy from up there."

MIKE GLAZIK

Wilton Brands


"They think they’re so above everyone else."

Kevin R. Clark
WD Branded


"When they said we were moving up I assumed it was through job placement."

Alejandro Salaman
Tyco International Management Company


"They had to build it that high so they could see all the inventory."

Jeff Chaussee
Medtronic


"On a clear day, we can see forever. However, we only get one clear day a month."

 

David J. Armstrong
Inventory Curve, LLC


"Why the AWACS unit on the old smoke stack? "

Dean Few
Xterprise


 

Previous Cartoon Winners

 
 
 


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