Kaiser had been a bundler
and fundraiser for Obama's 2008 presidential campaign.
Companies cannot give directly, so they leave it to bundlers
to solicit maximum contributions from employees and families.
It is theorized that in pushing the residue into a pile in a corner of the landing, the skidder pushed dirt and sand up into the pile, and the slash bundler
captured the sand with the slash in making this bundle.
are similar to AMCs, but with many other bells and whistles.
A contemporary Dutch pamphlet dealing with the origi n of bundling used the same etching as its frontispiece and gave it the title "The Original Bundlers
The structure of his donor base closely resembles that of President Obama, whose vaunted fundraising operation intensely focused on low-dollar givers as well as major bundlers
, bringing in a record $783 million for his 2012 reelection.
The invitation list included at least 28 top Obama campaign donors, known as bundlers
because they assemble or bundleontributions from multiple sources.
What we are getting instead is a holdup of the middle class to benefit a very thin layer of the population - the political class and their bundlers
Some of the 2012 campaign's top-tier bundlers
6 contributors who assemble large donations from friends and associates once they hit the personal giving limit -- also appear on the list.
In addition, NEC-Mitsubishi has partnered with many well-known medical equipment vendors and system bundlers
including Richardson Electronics.
based company -- which manufactures inserters, bundlers
and other equipment used throughout the newspaper industry -- had been making machines powered by the latest technology and capable of making the packaging process more effective and more efficient.
For those mixed bundlers
(where narrower range of product offering can be compared), the average price discount for any other combination of double play to compose triple play is relatively significant, in the average of 19%.