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  1. If you were looking for grips or an AC and I sent you a resume would you be more interested in: 1) a list of numerous projects Ive worked on UNDER the respective title - So I'd just list project names I've worked on, the more specific role I did, and the year - example: Grip & Electric: - Key Grip, "Project Name" Year My concern about this way is even if I have a good handful of projects I've worked on and the roles I've done, someone I'm sending it to might look at this and say "so what? I haven't even heard of that project?" and that it's not substantial enough or 2) a list
  2. Hello all, I've recently pulled the trigger on a camera cart as I have a shoot coming up where having one would be extremely helpful. Rather than go the route of a modified Magliner (for cost reasons at the moment) I found a great local deal on a brand new Rubbermaid 4546 cart with 8" pneumatic tires. I'm a DIY'er at heart. I love making something work for me through my own efforts. For the past few days I have been looking for a resouce as to what mods others have done with this kind of cart and I haven't find very much. I visited the Backstage Equipment site and found very few access
  3. I have a Ranger 36 Inovativ camera cart for sale! It was a "floor model", but is pretty much brand new. Reasons you should buy my cart: - Retail: They go for $3,155 in store pick up or $3,230 delivery. But you can buy mine for $2,900! If you can deal with a never-been-used-on-the-field, a couple cosmetic scratches cart, you save $255! Plus, there is a 6 week waiting period for these carts. - Great design: Easy to build, use, and accessorize. I can build and tear down the cart in 28 seconds! - Accessories: Inovativ has a lot of accessories to make your cart pimptastic. They are also compat
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