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Pro-Life   Tuesday, 01/01/08 10:47:23 PM
Re: Dennisb68 post# 3165
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Is this worthy of the compilation of DD?

Posted by: Dennisb68
In reply to: None Date:1/1/2008 12:27:28 PM
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Last week I visited the Surefil plant here in Grand Rapids and have had a few email exchanges with Bill Hunt, Surefil CEO, over the last few days. I asked him about plans for future productions, packaging, bottles, etc. and as I expected there was little he could say as an insider but I am including his last email here. Nothing there that is insider info. I didn't think about it at the time but I think I'll see if I can buy a case of the product from him for myself and others to try. He seems like a very honest and up front guy so it may not be as easy as just going there, paying for it, and picking it up as the Canada Headquarers may have something to say about it. We shall see! To avoid confusion I am telling you my actual name is Mike and not Dennis as my ID would imply.


Hi Mike:
Thanks for the questions. As a general policy we only disclose information about production and sourcing to actual executive mambers of any of our customers. So, for example if a stock holder from P&G asked about how production of P&G products were progressing we would have to refer them to the company for that information. There is a risk that information I could disclose could be considered inside information. For your refrence.

I can tell you that the press releases out of Toronto due point to more than the initial production and they are accurate.

As an aside. I have tested the Winning Colours product and it is quite good. If the Canadian team does focus on sales and is able to set aside the usual distractions that are thrown at businesses, I am pretty sure they will be wildly successful.

Hope that helps.

Bill




* The novelist George Eliot once said that "it is never too late to become what you might have been." That quote inspires me to seek those investments in the future that I didn't in the past.

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