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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.
If walk-in units have a weakness, it is usually anyplace where air can escape, such as seams between panels, ceilings and doors.
Price: $60 for SMPS Members, $80 for Non-Members, Walk-ins add $10.
Walk-ins will be accepted, though reservations are recommended and can be made by calling (661) 257-2339.
The message that Tarry Shebesta, OCLC, will bring to attendees is one that demonstrates walk-ins are out but log-ins are a major way to build a lease portfolio," said William Brough, President of OVLA.
Walk-ins are accepted, but to register in advance call the restaurant at (323) 913-4120.
Non-members will pay $110 to attend if they reserve ahead of time, and $120 for walk-ins.
Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins are also welcome.
An additional charge of $10 will be added to the registration fee for all walk-ins.
The benefits to the restaurant are that these tables can be utilized for last-minute walk-ins and solo customers.