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Re: Catalog?
  • Subject: Re: Catalog?
  • From: Mdlango <Mdlango@aol.com>
  • Date: Mon, 15 Mar 2010 10:16:02 -0700


Received the outstanding catalog 2 weeks ago on a dreary rainy day in California (San Jose area). It was spring itself!
In a message dated 03/15/10 09:22:19 Pacific Daylight Time, jvickic@comcast.net writes:

Your catalog arrived last Friday in Portland.

Michael Sutton wrote:


Just checking to see if anyone has received our catalog yet.  Am trying to figure out how and where bulk mail delivers to first.  Any help is appreciated.
best regards
Mike Sutton
Sutton's Iris Gardens


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