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RE: (iris) AIS: Mike's Challenge

We have a fairly new system in our society which is proving to be  
successful.  Anyone, either adult or child, on their first visit to our  regular 
meeting, is given a certificate for a free iris at our next sale.   They can choose 
from any rhizome we have for sale.  This usually brings  them back, at least to 
our sale where they are exposed to all  the various types and colors we 
offer.  I doubt that anyone has  ever claimed their free iris without buying more.
Also, if we have a large number of unsold rhizomes from our sale, the donor  
is allowed to claim any they want and then we send the rest to another nearby  
society which is having a sale at a later date.  Last year, rhizome  
production was so prolific our sale surplus went to two subsequent sales.
Bill Blair, Tulsa

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