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[Fwd: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE]

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  • From: paracom@apc.net
  • Date: Wed, 2 Apr 1997 15:38:18 -0700 (MST)

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Date: Wed, 26 Mar 1997 22:31:38 -0800
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NEW SIMPLE, SAFE, AFFORDABLE GADGET DRAINS GARDEN PONDS, POOLS, TROUGHS 
WITHOUT ELECTRICITY

	Foothill Ranch, CA - Using no electricity, requiring no 
specialized skills to install or operate, a new device turns two ordinary 
garden hoses attached to any household tap into a pump that drains 200 
gallons per hour from garden ponds, pools or troughs.

	Anyone able to attach a garden hose to a faucet can install and 
operate the Miracle Mini Pump.  Since it doesn't require electricity, 
there's no danger involved in using it.  It doesn't consume any energy, 
or need any servicing or maintenance. it resists rust and doesn't require 
 priming.  The device runs off the power of water pressure from any 
cold-water tap.

	In contrast to electric water pumps, which can be noisy, heavy, 
energy-hogging appliances, the American-made 4-inch polypropylene Miracle 
Mini Pump operates quietly.

	For more information or to purchase a Miracle Mini Pump, please 
e-mail paracom@apc.net.





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