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Going out of Business Sale - Sidewinder Computers

Sidewinder Computers is closing our doors after nearly 20 years online! Check out our new website and take advantage of 30-85% off EVERYTHING remaining in stock from Fans to Fittings, Tubing, LED lights, Thermal Grease and Pads, Hose Clamps, and a very limited number of Pumps, Radiators and Reservoirs - while supplies last!

Thank you sincerely for being our customer.


The Sidewinder Team
Gary and Remy

 

 

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Closing a business is a major stress for business owners. I think that I close my business only when the owner is already on the verge of bankruptcy. When I was studying at the university, I wrote a term paper on the topic of how to protect yourself from bankruptcy, I then ordered this term paper from the specialists of the written service, which I chose on the site WritingJudge. And after reading the finished text, I realized that it was very difficult to save the business when it went to the bottom ... It is much easier to do your best when you are at the top.

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