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Print Your Resume Free Today at FedEx Office

Today, March 10, 2009, FedEx Office (formerly Kinkos) is hosting "Free Resume Printing Day." The company is offering to print up to 25 copies of each customer's resume for free.

This offer is good for 25 black-and-white resume copies per customer and is only valid for orders placed and picked up in-store. Customers may place orders by submitting their resume in printed format or as a digital file, and the copies will be printed single-sided on resume-quality paper.

Source: LexScripta

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They are doing something to Help Individuals Affected by Downturn of the Economy. That's should be appreciated.

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