[Nfbmo] World famous trail mix available at 2013 NFB convention
DanFlasar at aol.com
DanFlasar at aol.com
Wed Jun 19 18:15:42 UTC 2013
Good to hear from you! Sorry you won't be at National Convention - what
would you like? I'll put it aside and contact someone from your local
affiliate to work out the transaction.
Or have Ramona come to our table.
In a message dated 6/19/2013 10:19:43 A.M. Central Daylight Time,
johnsusanford at earthlink.net writes:
Other affiliates have gotten ads on about their products, why not you? But
you better get it to David soon, so that people don't start leaving home
not see it. I'm trying to figure out how to get some. Ramona could get
some for me, but she is pretty busy and might forget. I'm not going this
year. My mom's 90th birthday is coming up this winter and I wnt to save
be able to go.
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From: <DanFlasar at aol.com>
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Sent: Wednesday, June 19, 2013 12:37 AM
Subject: [Nfbmo] World famous trail mix available at 2013 NFB convention
> Hi all,
> The Lewis & Clark chapter will be offering another batch of our world
> famous trail mix to benefit the Missouri affiliate. The mixes will
> available from myself and Chris Tisdale, as well as at the NFBMO table.
> Only the finest dehydrated fruits and roasted, unsalted nuts of various
> kinds go into the mixes, including:
> dark sour cherries
> mango strips
> pressed, dried, ripe bananas - not the sugar-sprayed crunchy dried
> type so common
> California apricots - meaty and soft
> wild blueberries
> white peaches - meaty and soft
> dried, ripe pineapple - very sweet and tart, not the usual candied kind
> craisins - orange flavored and plain - sugar is added but just enough to
> balance tartness
> large golden raisins from Persia
> pistachio nut meats
> sunflower seed meats
> cashew halves and pieces
> macadamia nuts
> and more!
> Most ingredients were purchased from Trader Joe's but I also buy
> an Asian market in St. Louis.
> Very little, if any, sugar added - fruits are picked and dried at
> peak of ripeness, which is why they are a bit more expensive.
> All nuts are dry-roasted without added salt.
> There will be 3 varieties:
> fruit & nut
> just fruit
> just nuts
> Haven't decided if I'm going to bring along the wasabi peas, and I might
> bring along some bags of salted smokehouse almonds.
> All profits go to the Missouri affiliate, courtesy of the Lewis &
> Clark chapter.
> So, get your orders in now! The word is getting out - they won't last
> Gary, what's the best way to advertise this to all the convention goers?
> Dan Flasar
> Lewis & Clark chapter
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