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Re: Again Special Iris Poster Sale


I have a committment from Office Max which may last
this month. They are essentially giving me a price at
half normal because i said i would do a quantity. I
will fill the orders that I have presently and print a
few more. But I will not promise that there will be
any left by convention. I would like to see as many
clubs as possible have these but I originally only
intended to send discs and have the club do them in
there town. I only tried getting this price since I
was amazed at how much they had gone up in price and
do not intend to warehouse posters. So it will be a
first come first serve basis on the printed posters. I
expect to finish the printing in 2-3 weeks. Of course
discs will always be available and you can try your
own negotiations in the future. but I hope to have a
set number printed before March and then will begin
concentrating on moving to NC. One poster is in a
smaller file and I can send it by e-mail if you can
accept an attachment of 3,000+ kb. It is the #3 poster
I made and I believe the best so you can see if you
have powerpoint the poster on your screen. I may try
to make some other posters of types of Iris just to
take advantage of this price.

--- Linda Smith <irisgrower@cableone.net> wrote:

>  Will you be bringing them to show at convention in
> Austin?
> Linda in CW AZ
> -------Original Message-------
> From: Robt R Pries
> Date: 02/11/08 14:30:07
> To: AISdiscuss; LA Iris; Talk Iris; species;
> Arilrobin; Pacific Bulb Society
> Subject: [iris] Special Iris Poster Sale
> This is a special announcement to Irisarians. In the
> new AIS toolbox on the AIS website, I offered discs
> of
> three posters and several people have requested them
> already. I am able to send a file of one of the
> posters over the internet and have done so. Several
> people priced them at their local office stores and
> got bids of $60-80 dollars just for the printing
> without laminating. I was appalled. I finally got in
> touch with my local Office Max where I have done
> lots
> of Iris business and they are willing as a favor to
> me
> to print a quantity of these posters and laminate
> them
> for $30 apiece. I do not know the shipping costs yet
> but if anyone wants to buy these I will print one or
> all 3 for cost. There is a blizzard arriving so I
> will
> wait a couple of days to collect orders. These
> posters
> are 24 inches by 48 inches. Three of them mounted on
> foam board can make a impressive trifold display.
> See
> on AIS website. Please let me know if you are
> interested in placing an order.
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