The post, which you can read here, was originally published on September 16, 2018.

A couple weeks ago, Amazon announced it would be moving all its retail store locations to the United States.

Now, the company has unveiled a new ad campaign in support of the move, which includes an ad that shows the company’s employees at their desks.

Amazon said it had been using Amazon Print to print its logo on cardboard boxes since 2010, and it has since expanded to other categories of packaging.

(A representative for the company did not immediately respond to a request for comment.)

“With the advent of e-commerce, it’s now easier than ever to shop online.

But it’s also increasingly difficult to shop locally,” Amazon said in the ad, which is now live.

“For that reason, we’re offering our employees the opportunity to shop at their local Amazon Print shop, with no need to leave their offices.”

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The ad features employees at a local Barnes & Noble, and a group of customers at the local Staples store.

The company also showed a woman at the store who’s in a similar situation.

“She’s been a little bit frustrated by the cost of buying new items,” she said.

“So we’re bringing this new option to her.”

The ad concludes with a woman with her own Amazon Prints, and then a woman carrying an old copy of the ad.

It’s unclear if this new campaign is related to the recent layoffs of some employees, but it is a good example of Amazon moving to make its online store more attractive for shoppers.

Amazon has also announced a $50,000 reward for anyone who can identify the people responsible for the recent cuts.

Amazon has been in a rough patch in the last year.

It has lost around 50,000 jobs since 2014, and has been hit hard by falling sales and higher prices for some of its products.

Amazon stock has been dropping nearly 50 percent since last year, and the company reported a loss of $1.25 billion in the first quarter of 2019.