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Counterman On Holiday


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Counterman will not be distributing its e-newsletter scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 25, in observance of Thanksgiving Day.

Instead, Counterman will send the e-newsletter on Friday, Nov. 26.

The staff of Counterman wishes you and your loved ones a wonderful Thanksgiving!

The post Counterman On Holiday appeared first on Counterman Magazine.

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