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Topic: Fwd: SYRACUSE CHINA SHIPMENT FOR HE-BREWS (9 msgs / 417 lines)
1) From: Vince Doss
I wrote the libbey Glass company back after Sean Carey posted the
article about He-Brews coffee in Iraq and after a couple phone
conversations, I received a call early this morning with the following
email and wanted to share the goodwill of Libbey Glass.
Vince
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From: Vince Doss 
Date: Oct 22, 2006 7:55 PM
Subject: Coffee Service for troops
To: foodservice
Good Day!
I am trying to find a resonable point of purchase for your
products to ship them to Iraq for the Chaplain in this story:http://www.usmc.mil/marinelink/mcn2000.nsf/main5/19D7386A9F04DDA3852571F6003701CE?opendocumentI am interested in the 3 oz Espresso/saucer, 6 oz Cappuccino/saucer,
and 8oz cup in the style
Alatta Barista, perhaps a case each. I would like to add your cups to
my shipment of green coffee and syrups.  Can you please sell them
direct to me for this purpose? If not, can you please let me know
where I can buy them, the quantities they are packaged in and an
estimated cost. I would like to beat the holiday rush to ship to Iraq.
Any help is greatly appreciated!
Thank you in advance
Vince Doss
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From: Karen Manthey 
Date: Nov 13, 2006 9:00 AM
Subject: SYRACUSE CHINA SHIPMENT FOR HE-BREWS
To: vince.doss
Good morning,
Just following up on our conversation of this morning.  We are sending
you (at no charge) the following items for your forwarding to
"He-Brews".
1 case #902903002 4 oz Barista Cup
1 case #902903003 6 oz Barista Cup
1 case #902903004 8 oz. Barista Cup
1 case #902903007 small saucer to fit 4 oz cup
2 cases #902903008 medium saucer to fit 6 & 8 oz. cup
I appreciate what you are doing for our troops & what they are doing
for our country.
Have a wonderful day & God Bless America.
Karen Manthey

2) From: Vince Doss
forgot to attach the email
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From: Karen Manthey 
Date: Nov 13, 2006 9:00 AM
Subject: SYRACUSE CHINA SHIPMENT FOR HE-BREWS
To: vince.doss
Good morning,
Just following up on our conversation of this morning.  We are sending
you (at no charge) the following items for your forwarding to
"He-Brews".
1 case #902903002 4 oz Barista Cup
1 case #902903003 6 oz Barista Cup
1 case #902903004 8 oz. Barista Cup
1 case #902903007 small saucer to fit 4 oz cup
2 cases #902903008 medium saucer to fit 6 & 8 oz. cup
I appreciate what you are doing for our troops & what they are doing
for our country.
Have a wonderful day & God Bless America.
Karen Manthey

3) From: Eddie Dove
AWESOME!
Eddie
On 11/13/06, Vince Doss  wrote:
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4) From: Vince Doss
I guess I should have realized they were using bottled water in
country and dishes would not be a good idea...doh!
Chaplain Anderson wrote me back this morning and said they would
prefer Dixie Perfect Touch 12oz cups and syrups right now. I had asked
him earlier but never heard back. I guess I will cancel the order now
and send him some dixie cups/lids. Well, it was still nice to see
Libbey was going to donate over $1000.00 MSP worth of their products.
Vince
On 11/13/06, Eddie Dove  wrote:
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At some point between French and fire, it really doesn't matter much
what the "origin character" of the coffee was...
Tom Owens - Sweet Marias

5) From: Sean Cary
Wow - great company!  Yep to the bottled water, it is EVERYWHERE and really
no place to clean stuff.  Places I was last year we often went without water
for days - usually when the water processing plant had been attacked.  
You learn to appreciate water when you go w/out it for extended periods.
When I went to Baghdad I used to get on the soldiers for wasting what we
would have killed for in Fallujah.
Vince thanks for thinking of the Marines there - it gets tough this time of
year - last year was hard for me.
Sean M. Cary
Major USMC
Tempus Fugit Memento Mori

6) From: Darliene Stanhope
Could you repost the mailing address.  I always send care packages to the
guys overseas if I know anyone, and right now I don't know anyone over
there.  I usually send snacks and stuff,but if he needs other things I can
send that as well.  I have my office wanting to contribute this year instead
of buying Christmas presents for each other.
Thanks,
Darliene
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7) From: Vince Doss
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From: Anderson LT John G (GCE RCT5 3BN2MAR CHAPLAIN)
Date: Nov 13, 2006 1:37 PM
Subject: RE: Coffee and other things
To: Vince Doss 
Vince,
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However, if you do run across any Dixie PerfectTouch 12 oz. cups or
coffee syrups, those items are in the highest demand.  I will that that
I am grateful for your generous offer, I just don't want you to waste
any effort on sending something that would be difficult for me to use.
All my best,
John Anderson
Here's my address in case you can send something:
CHAPLAIN JOHN ANDERSON
3D BN 2D MAR HQ SVC CO
UNIT 73130
FPO, AE 09509-3130
On 11/13/06, Darliene Stanhope  wrote:
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At some point between French and fire, it really doesn't matter much
what the "origin character" of the coffee was...
Tom Owens - Sweet Marias

8) From: Steven Van Dyke
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
Darliene (and others)
Check outhttp://www.anysoldier.com- it lets you hook up with troops in =
the field that are willing to be distribution points for mail.  As you =
know, they stopped the old 'AnySoldier' address ability due to terrorism =
fears.
Go to the site, look over the list of troops to find one(s) that match =
your criteria and then request their address.  It gets emailed to you =
(so they know who they're giving it to) along with some notes about =
sending stuff.
I've got a package of coffee going to the Chaplain that we were given =
the address for and had AnySoldier send me an address of a unit I'm =
sending all our left-over Halloween candy to (well, all that would fit =
in the box - we just about got skunked on trick-or-treaters this year)

9) From: Darliene Stanhope
Thanks!!!!
On 11/14/06, Steven Van Dyke  wrote:
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