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Subject:Re: business cards From:Sabahat Ashraf <sabahat_ashraf -at- MENTORG -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 5 Feb 1997 13:10:02 EST
On Feb 5, 10:02am, Wayne J. Douglass wrote:
> All this is very nice, but let's get down to the real issue here. How the
> hell can you to win a free lunch at your favorite restaurant if you don't
> have a business card to toss in the box?
That's simple; I and the wife [is that the first time I have gotten that I/me
thing right?] have a personal or 'family` card as we call it -- it just sez
Irmeen & Sabahat Ashraf and home address, e-mail, web page. How we are going
split any free lunches we win, however, is still to be decided ...