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personal grocery shopper

Postby dsmith » Fri, 26 Aug 2005 7:07 pm

Hi Everybody, Me and my wife would like to offer service to expats and to all local singaporeans as well.
We are starting our own company soon and we would like to do a extra sideline work temporarily while we are still surveying the market for our future business.

We would like to offer to do your grocery shopping delivered to your door. We will shop in wet markets which of course some people find it uncomfortable coz its not as convinient as going to cold storage but the price is amazingly cheaper and fresher too... We buy our food (meat, poultry and seafood) from the wet market, in the morning and i mean 4-6AM.

We wont mark up the actual price of the items you order but there will be a S$10 per trip charge... thats all its like having your own personal shopper! its reasonable and no fuss.

We guarantee that all is fresh and no price mark up! just the delivery charge.
Please take note that we will only deliver in residential address, its cash on delivery... and since we are living in the east coast area our service is only limited to the residents in the east area.

We are honest and law abiding people so no worries evrything is guaranteed fresh and right priced.

You can sms us your order at 93661922 or email us at wetmarket@gmail.com

We would put our best to serve you personally meeting all your standards the best we can...pls try our services and you wont regret it.

Thank you so much for reading, we hope to meet you soon and be your personal shopper!

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Postby Strong Eagle » Fri, 26 Aug 2005 9:40 pm

Please move this to classifieds. I'm holding it for 24 hours so you can copy it instead of retyping it.


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