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Re: OT AIS membership

In a message dated 1/25/2005 6:41:17 PM Central Standard Time, 
Suncitymom@aol.com writes:

> Societies having a major floral function can use the AIS Screens which make 
> a great back drop to any booth.

Is this backdrop stored while not in use for major floral events? OSIS would 
like to use it in some high traffic areas when not in use for major floral 
events provided it is a stand alone display.

The AIS will likely be well served if it is modified a bit to function as a 
"stand alone" bill board and rotated through mall concourses and meeting places 
that gardeners commonly use.

OSIS would, perhaps, like to "house" this asset at OSIS during the "off" 
season when it is not in use for major flower events. We'll be using it to attact 
members to a major flower event-- OSIS. I'm lookin' forward to a picture.

Bill Burleson

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