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Walk-In

A client who arrives at a brokerage without appointment or a personal relationship with one of the brokers. A walk-in is usually assigned a broker at random unless he/she requests someone specific.

walk-in

A new brokerage customer who simply walks into the office. Although walk-ins are generally assigned to brokers, they have the right to specify a preferred broker.
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Through a retrofit program, food manufacturers no longer have to buy a brand new walk-in cooler when the door is worn out.
Part of the rationale for incorporating department-dedicated coolers around the store is that the walk-in refrigeration unit is not necessarily just for storage anymore.
Walk-in Panels: A structure used to minimize thermal conductivity in refrigeration or freezer units.
Generally most walk-in refrigeration units, whether they be coolers or freezers, consist of a series of insulated modular panels that lock together to form a box with a ceiling on it into which cold air is pumped.
"I know the industry has been doing it, but considering the thousands of students that come to us every day as walk-ins and as phone traffic, if an institution can institute a call center, they're going to find out the service levels are going to go up."
on Monday, February 19, 2007; otherwise, walk-ins are permitted at a $10 surcharge.
Busy shopping center,with a lot of walk-ins to buy puppies.Owner operator,great reputation in business.The name is copyrighted and will come with sale of business.Room in back could be utilized for retail merchandise.Great Buildout for other avenues to expand the puppy business.Motivated to Sell!
There will be a $10 surcharge for walk-ins. To register or for more information, visit AREW's website, www.
The Shannon Group manufactures walk-ins (KOLPAK), reach-ins (McCALL) and rack refrigeration systems (RDI) for the food service industry as well as walk-ins (TONKA COOLERS) for the supermarket and convenience store industry.
Price: $60 for SMPS Members, $80 for Non-Members, Walk-ins add $10.
Non-members will pay $110 to attend if they reserve ahead of time, and $120 for walk-ins. To register please visit AREW's website, www.arew.org.
There is a $10 surcharge for AREW walk-ins. Cost for CoreNet members is $75.