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Topic: Customer Appreciation - August 2002 Business Move to West Coast (3 msgs / 65 lines)
1) From: Steven Bookman
Household moves are time consuming, tedious and even
emotionally costly.
Business moves are all of the above, with the
addition of considerable financial risk.
A true "customer appreciation" sale would entail mailing list
regulars placing orders considerably in advance of the last
minute, and not clamoring for discounts.
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2) From: Jack Berry
Clamoring?, Who's clamoring? Sounded more like down in 
the dirt begging to me! But I'm with you Steve, if Tom 
will just concentrate on getting the coffee flowing 
when he gets to the other side of Texas I'll be happy. 
You gott' admit though, they have been pretty 
entertaining.
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From: Steven Bookman 
To: homeroast
Subject: +Customer Appreciation - August 2002 Business 
Move to West Coast
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3) From: Rick Farris
As far as I'm concerned, you really don't need to have a "customer
appreciation" sale.  Especially on the heels of moving expenses.  I was
happy to help you with your move by taking some goods off your hands,
particularly if you sweetened the pot a little bit, but if you're too busy,
so be it.
Good luck on your move; I hope it goes smoothly, and don't worry about a
sale.
-- Rick


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