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Ladies and gentlemen, I've got an idea and want you all to consider it...............those attending and those that can't. Mike 585 had told me that there's some support coming from Dan Morrison over at Taunton, but I also know we can't expect the usual tonnage anymore. Where we've been lucky in the past to conjure up all sorts of fine prizes to distribute, this year I think the economy can make a good excuse why some temper their generosity. Still, some of us in the past have gotten extremely lucky when we put the touch on some of our local suppliers or even national companies that we've done business with.
So here's the proposal. Those attending that can take the time to explain the function and it's history to any or all we do business with throughout the year should give it a try. Over the years we've mentioned not in an advertising way, products or companies that have done us right. Those that have gone the extra mile in making us not just run of the mill but a step or two above the rest of our competition. In essence, silent partners to our businesses. We've mentioned them because they are first rate, take care of their customers and stand behind their products.
If we can expand our team effort with those of you unable to attend, we just might fill that prize table. What do you say we give it a try?
I'll start off by bringing some shirts and hats from PLS-Pacific Laser Systems. This company has really supported us well in the past. In addition, PLS has been forthcoming on answering the many questions we've asked over the years, while never doing so in a guerilla advertising sort of way. I never have a problem recommending their tools, because they're quality and backed up by a good company.
In addition to the apparel, they have sent me the PLS-90 kit w/outdoor detector ( http://plslaser.com/ ) a precision 90 deg. layout tool. Check it out.
Thanks Mike and PLS for your generosity.
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