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For sure we should mention to all suppliers that  we got the info off of
the nFC site. It can only help us. Allready  the website is makeing a
slight positive cash flow and it could in a year or so be a real money
maker for us. So we can do that thing we do Conservation....As for
droping folks a note asking for stuff it has an upside and a downside the
upside is you as a customer carry more clout than a soliceter like me
contacts them. The downside is sometimes folks poorly communicAte what we
are about or companies get hit by several well meaning members. I like
the approach of a non aggressive polite note that points them in the
right direction (me in this case ) so go for it. If they are interested
they can further contact us !!

On Thu, 17 Sep 1998 19:08:40 EDT CEFCHURCH at aol_com writes:
>Cute subject!  I like that!
>That is great about NPR.  If we really wanted worldwide notice, try to 
>someone in Boston area to get NOVA's attention.  <If the idea works, 
>make sure I'm on the ERP project when they film and I don't end up on 
>cutting room floor!  ;-)  >
>By the way, yesterday I ordered three catalogs from a link at NFC 
>(Konrad's article on equipment).  On the catalog request form, two of 
>them had
>a place for comments.  I didn't check with Robert Rice first (I should 
>but I not only mentioned that I got to their site from the NFC site, 
>mentioned NFC was looking for donations for our fund raising auction.  
>(I gave
>Robert's e-mail address for further info).  Hope I didn't screw up any
>negotiations Robert has going.  Anyway, with Robert's OK, maybe we 
>should all
>do this.  Of course, it would mean more to them if I was actually 
>sending them
>money for product.  What does everyone think?
>If the idea works, maybe we could have part of the NFC site have links 
>suppliers.  We would have more leverage with them when requesting 
>We surely need to mention NFC when ordering.
>Chuck Church
>CEFChurch at aol_com
>Indianapolis, Indiana USA

Robert Rice
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