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Re: Increase traffic at Iris Sales!
  • Subject: Re: Increase traffic at Iris Sales!
  • From: "flatnflashy" <flatnflashy@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Sep 2010 11:41:25 -0000


Craig's List eh? Don't think I've seen the sale announcements here and on Iris-talk that I usually see. Guess that would be too much like preaching to the choir?

Might be valuable for stirring up future irisarians if y'all include a link to this site and maybe the AIS site in your promotions too. Might be a good thing if all those new iris purchasers turned into new AIS members. Too many obits in our postings lately.
--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, Rita Gormley <gormleygreenery@...> wrote:
> In a message from Jill Copeland concerning their local Southwestern Michigan
> Iris Society sale, organizers posted a message on Craig's List and many
> purchasers showed up and purchased JI from that notice.
> Great idea! Rita Gormley, Editor SJI REVIEW
> --
> Rita Gormley
> P. O. Box 177, De Leon Springs, FL 32130
> Phone & Fax-386-277-2057
> gormleygreenery@...

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