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Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Contest

- Dec, 3, 2010 -
Supply Chain Cartoon Caption Winner for Nov. 15, 2010 Contest

Jack Everett of Triad Logistics Partners Named this Week's Winner from 150+ Entries

Week: Nov. 15, 2010 Contest




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



Jack Everett

Triad Logistics Partners


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

We had medium volume this time with about 150 responses.


Many other great entries! See other great 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. 6, 2010 - Christmas themed!


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Other Good Entries:


Close second place!

" ... and your point is?"

John Hill


"Sheesh, this is like ‘War and Peace’ compared to the Marketing for Dummies edition."


Greg Mack
Best Buy

"Could you have a one-pager on this by Monday?"

Mike Reilly
General Mills

"Why didn't they put more pictures in this thing?"

George Crawford

“I’m thinking, how hard can it be?  You do it.” 

Carol Bahr
Chelsea Milling Company

"Do you have anything less complicated?"

Brian Coats

"Fred !I am not a Dummy...but can I borrow this book for a couple of days?"

David Counts

"Why did they ship the drums upside down??  It's not in the book."

Dan Green

"I finished “Supply Chain Management for Idiots” last week…I think I’m ready to take on this more advanced material."


Brian K. Frank  CSCP, SCOR/P


“Do you have a minute? I’ve got a few questions”

Patrick Casey
Rapids Process Equipment

"Perhaps I should be working for you"

Bob Houston
Richmond Events


"It says here that 'analytics' are key...I want to see all your analytics before you go home tonight."

Larry Heathcote


"It's 50 pages of content, 500 pages of acronym definitions!"


Greg Wells


"Thank you for your suggestion that I should read this. I have always said people can do whatever they like on their last day on the job."

Dwight Boehm, P.Log

CF Managing Movement

"So what I want to do is increase turns and lower our carry cost.  Says so right here in the book!"

David K. Schneider

David K Schneider & Company, LLC

"All this says is in the end is "Wadda ya have, Wadda ya need, Wadda ya gotta get?"

Rick Hollingsworth
The Coca-Cola Company


"This is looks easy. Why are you always telling me it is so difficult?

Earl W. Engleman, C.P.M.

Bunzl Distribution

"It basically says to skip the details and just “Kick you the VP of supply chain’s butt to reach your goals.”

Jon Kirkegaard

"So to summarize what I’ve learned, our costs should be 20% lower, our inventory should be reduced by 30%."

Mark Bloom
Nova Chemicals


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