Woot, thanks for the publicity, but you should know better, you are a MEMBER of the Reverse Logistics Association [RLA] and came to our conference last year: http://rltshows.com/attendee_list.php?show=true&showid=vegas2010 --at least "Vendor Development", "Director of Purchasing", "Director of Marketing", and "Advertising Sales Manager" all attended, maybe they should have brought you along too.. Reverse Logistics is what happens to a product after it is sold, or consumed. Recycling is the most well known example. The Reverse Logistics Association, is made up of members (such as Woot, UPS, Dell, Best Buy, Walmart, etc [OEMs, Retailers, and Third Party Service Providers]), and these members get together to solve problems, like how to get damaged products back, and what to do with them once they are returned, and maybe even what a company does with 10,000 heaters [sell them on Woot] (Did you know that there is a company that takes plastic grocery bags and turns them into landscape paving bricks?) Your suppliers, AND your competitors, are members of the Reverse Logistics Association, and we look forward to meeting up with you guys at the RLA conference next month, bring the flying monkeys, we'll have the football party!
[Full Disclosure: I do some contract work for the Reverse Logistics Association, and am affiliated with them, but my opinions are mine alone and do not necessarily reflect other RLA partners, or the association at large, any mistakes in my information are mine alone, and you now owe me a flying monkey]