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PRE-APPROVED ADVERTISERS: My want list!
A list of companies I will accept as advertisers.
- Coca Cola - Soft Drink sold everywhere in the
1 - American corporation founded in 1892 and today engaged primarily in
the manufacture and sale of syrup and concentrate for Coca-Cola, a sweetened,
carbonated beverage that is a cultural institution in the United States and a
symbol around the world of American tastes. The company also produces and sells
other soft drinks and citrus beverages. Corporate headquarters are in Atlanta,
- Nestle© SA- I use and buy
their instant "Nescafe" coffee everywhere I visit in the world.
multinational manufacturer of food products. It is headquartered in Vevey, Switz.,
and operates factories, sales offices, depots, and other units in more than 70
countries. Nestle©'s chief products are condensed and powdered milk; baby foods;
cheeses; chocolate products; candies; instant coffees and teas; soups;
seasonings and condiments; preserved and canned meats, fruits, and vegetables;
frozen foods; ice cream; bottled water; and wine. The company also produces
pharmaceuticals and cosmetics in addition to running restaurants and hotels.
- Walmart - Gear and equipment sales. I buy and
re-stock on the small and large miscellaneous items at a fair and just price.
1 - By name Sam Walton American retail magnate who founded Wal-Mart Stores,
Inc., the largest retail-sales chain in the United States.
Walton graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in economics
(1940) and entered a J.C. Penney Co. management-training program in Des Moines,
Iowa. He opened his own Ben Franklin variety (five-and-dime) store in Newport,
Ark., in 1945, and relocated the store to Bentonville, Ark., five years later.
By the early 1960s he and his brother, James, operated a regional chain of Ben
Franklin stores, and when that company's executives rejected his concept for a
new discount-store chain to be based in small towns, Walton decided to set up
such a chain on his own. He opened the first Wal-Mart store, Wal-Mart Discount
City, in Rogers, Ark., in 1962, offering a wide variety of merchandise at
discount prices in a no-frills setting.
- Hewlett Packard - Compaq Computers - The computer I have carried in my
backpack for 7 plus years.
1 - American computer manufacturer that started as the first maker of
IBM-compatible portable computers and quickly grew into the world's best-selling
personal computer brand. Headquarters are in Houston, Texas.
- Canon Cameras
- Sony - Mavica Camera I carry and utilized for the
10X zoom and the 3.5 Floppy features.
1 - Japanese Sony Kk, major Japanese manufacturer of consumer electronics
products. Headquarters are in Tokyo.
- Magellen Satellite Telephone or Iradium.? I wish to access the
internet from the world.
- Walls Ice Cream - England
Photos of Walls Logo
- 7-11 or Seven Eleven Stores - They say hello when
I enter, and have a consistent supply of products.
- PRINGLES -- They are sold anywhere on the planet.. hehehe