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How long does it take to build up a bike?

Our average build time is 35 minutes if all goes well. Longer if we have a "problem child" or a high end build where nearly everything requires assembly. The only things that come installed on your high end road bikes is the rear wheel, crankset and headset. Everything else from cables to grip tape has…
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What is an example of a SMART goal in marketing?

There are various types of marketing objectives, but the four main types are profitability+ objective, market share objective, promotional objective, and growth objective. Click to see full answer What are SMART goals for employees? SMART goals are defined by five key criteria: Specific goals are clearly defined in terms of expectations and outcomes. Measurable goals…
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Can you lose permanent resident status Australia?

Lawful permanent residents can lose their status if they commit a crime or immigration fraud, or even fail to advise USCIS of their changes of address. By Ilona Bray, J.D. If you are a U.S. lawful permanent resident, be aware that your ability to stay in the United States might not be so permanent after…
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Can a non U.S. citizen be my beneficiary?

Yes, a non-US citizen can be a life insurance beneficiary. In cases where a non-US citizen is a beneficiary, you will want to provide as much information about the beneficiary to the carrier as possible. There also must be an insurable interest, which exists with love or business relationships. Click to see full answer Can…
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What does it mean to be cap exempt H-1B?

Cap-exempt is a phrase used to refer to jobs that are exempt from the annual cap on foreign workers with an H-1B visa. This exemption allows someone to obtain sponsorship from an employer and find employment in the United States even if every regular visa is taken. Click to see full answer How do I…
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How do I change my credit card billing date?

A common refrain among financial experts is to "pay yourself first" by setting aside savings before spending on discretionary items. If you change your payment due date to better align with your other money inflows and outflows, you can keep more of your money in the bank and better commit to your savings goals. Click…
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What happens if I lose my green card while abroad?

Lawful Permanent Residents (LPR) of the U.S. must present a Permanent Resident Card ("Green Card", Form I-551), a Reentry Permit (if gone for more than 1 year), or a Returning Resident Visa (if gone for 2 years or more) to reenter the United States. Click to see full answer What happens if you lost your…
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What do you do with old unused stamps?

The Post Office does not provide cash refunds for postage, even if they are in perfect condition. They will only offer an exchange for other postage, so if you're not in need of shipping services, you're stuck. Click to see full answer Can you get a refund on stamps? Returning your stamps to the Post…
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What happens if you withdraw a college application?

If you withdraw from all the colleges to which you applied and got an acceptance letter, then your chances for getting in touch with any other college might be limited. Withdrawing will not affect your chances of getting into another school, but withdrawing early can hurt your chances at getting financial aid packages. Click to…
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What is Upselling in retail?

For example, a housekeeping service might upsell a customer buying a weekly cleaning package by offering a package with more rooms, and cross-sell by also offering a carpet deep cleaning service. Both cross-selling and upselling are based on the premise that sales are driven by recommendations. Click to see full answer What do you mean…
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