BEVERLY SCULPTR on fri 8 feb 02
I too bought the one from Sam's but havnt used it yet ( what a bargain) I=
glad to hear it has held up well . It looked the same as the more expensi=
one offered by E-z Up.But you are never sure ..... Thanks for the
Gretchen Woodman wrote:
I bought a 10x10 canopy from Sam's Club for
$199.00. It is an EZ-up with 3 sides. I used it
three times last summer, leaving it up at the fair
site three days in a row. It rained one night, but
the tent kept everything protected. I used a tarp for
the fourth side. It is very easy to put up and it
came with a bag with wheels on it. It's a great
set-up. I talked to a girl at one of the fairs that
had ordered her EZ-up mail-order. She paid three
times as much and it did not seem hers was any
different from mine, and she did not get any sides.
You have to be careful. I think you get
different things from different dealers. Good luck!
--- Rachael Rice wrote:
> I was looking into buying a tent for retail shows
> and saw this canopy
> with three sides for $199 on costco site. Has
> anyone bought a canopy
> from COSTCO and can tell me how easy it is to put
> up and does it seem
> durable? E-Z up's cost about three times as much
> with three sides
> closed in, but I know they are easy to put up.
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