The Fix is In
Over the past year, we have used mass email to inform people about things new and happening at Garden Arts including information on the Fresh Market, on landscaping, and on our fencing business. We have also posted job searches. The result has referred excellent people to us whom we have hired.
Recently, something got into our file and corrupted the list. So we have been working to reconstruct it.
I know that this mailing may reach people who have previously requested that we not send e-blasts their way. If you are one of them, I'm very sorry that your address landed on our newly revised list.
Once again, if you do not want to receive any further communications from us in this emailed form, please indicate so below where it says 'unsubscribe'; and we'll remove your address from the new file. . . . hopefully for good! If you want to stay on the list - and I hope you do - you do not need to respond.
P.S.: Hope to see you at the Peru Fair on Saturday, Sept. 28. We will have a booth and a cool scarecrow display there with our new 1952 orange Case Farm Tractor.
Owner, Garden Arts Companies
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