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My advice is to get to know your neighborhood storage place manager! I met one through social contacts and have gotten special "pre-viewings" of goods going up for auction due to non-payment of storage fees.

Additionally, if said manager is "cozy" with any sales reps, who have "samples" that must be replaced on occasion, you could strike the mother lode. That said (can you mention brand names here?), I carted off a pretty kitty of a years supply of Listerine and (no kids) a ten year supply of Neosporin. I'm not proud to "haul crap" out of the "dumpster", lol.

By the way, even though there is an expiration date on it, does Neosporin ever go "bad"?

Dave
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