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>I received my Hosta Journal, Vo. 30, No. 1 in the mail 
>today. It was not in very god shape when it arrived. It
>must have been mail in some sort of clear wrap that had
>torn in shipping which resulted in a damaged journal. All 
>of the corners were turned up, the cover and several pages
>were torn. It had been taped together by someone somewhere
>in the before it was delivered to me. It seems to me that
>the shipping package could have been more protective.
>
>Does anyone know who I should contact about getting a 
>journal that is not damaged? Should I contact Cindy Nance?
>
>Anyone have this problem?
>
>regards,
>Michael Laico
>Crossville, TN
>
>
>



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