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Subject:Re: Short Runs From:Terry Freedman <etfreedman -at- EASYNET -dot- CO -dot- UK> Date:Mon, 14 Apr 1997 02:19:02 -0500
At 08:34 12/04/97 -0700, you wrote:
>Keep looking. So far, it sounds like you've only found print
>shops with delusions of adequacy. Look for the REAL printers,
>who never turn down work, especially for a new customer. Real
>printers are in the service business, not the commodity business,
>and they'll take on all your printing, even if it means that
>they have to do nothing but work, work, work all day long.
Well, that's what I thought, and I think you're right, thanks. I've since
discovered a few more organisations that look more like real businesses.
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