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Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Contest

- April 17, 2015 -
Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Winners for March 18, 2015 Contest
Jeff Gilbert of Hallmark and Barry Strothberg Take Home the Prize!

Week: March 18, 2015 Contest

This Contest's Winners!

(See "Best of the Rest" Below)

Winner 1


Jeff Gilbert

Winner 2



Barry Strothberg

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 Gilbert




Barry Strothberg

Both will 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.


Submissions were a little down this time, with about 175 entries. It wasn't an easy cartoon to caption, we found.



See other great captions below. Have yourself a good laugh!

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 April 20.


We Need Ideas!

Have an idea for a cartoon?

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

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Other Great Entries:


"As long as we get our Excel version upgraded we’ll be fine."

Mark Mosby
DENTSPLY International

"Cover your left eye and read the 3rd line down please!"

Frank J Eich
Procter & Gamble

"Did we get all our old Supply Chain technologies reviewed first?"

Ananth V Iyer
Purdue University

"Do we still have a "golden parachutes" at this company?"

Marvin Sager
Rockville, MD

"I think all of these are still very early in the Gartner technology hype cycle."


Alexis Brown

Chicago area

"The technology I crave for is meeting attendance by drone."

Piet Wallays
Ghent University College

"I guess we gave up on the Magic 8 Ball and Genie in a Bottle."

Sue B. Brittain

"Once upon a time RFID was on this list every year, but it is now long gone."

Stephen Hobart
Lima, OH

"Hey! We can have a new acronym: DIMDA."

John Domalewski
Haddon House

"This meeting is only scheduled for a half hour."

Paul Krumhaus
US Dept. of Defense

"We are still mostly moving things from here to there, right?"

Donald Angle

"I still can’t get him to answer an email."

Fred Koeck


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