[Ohio-talk] Malley's Deadline Coming Soon
mzavoli at roadrunner.com
mzavoli at roadrunner.com
Fri Dec 12 21:05:24 UTC 2014
A similar experience occurred with us. Five items were missing. I called Malley customer service, and they were really nice about it. The representative sent us the missing items and explained that the shipping department had just hired some new staff. They were till getting the hang of things, and I guess that was the reason for our missing candy. However, everything was straightened out, we were happy about the result, and no damage was done.
The representatives are very helpful there. If you have a problem with entering your order online, they will help you with that, as well.
At any rate, I hope we can get to $2,500 before our Sunday, December 14 deadline. Go ahead and sell those extra boxes of buckeyes; that sounds great!
All last-minute stragglers, Go to
and place your order or tell others about it. Not only will the National Federation of the Blind benefit, but you get the gift that's never returned--delectable chocolates. It's a great gift-giving choice as you will avoid the hustle and bustle of department store activity; I try to avoid Christmas shopping as well.
I'll continue to keep you and the list informed of our final tally.
Support the NATIONAL FEDERATION of the BLIND of OHIO. Check out our collection of sweet treats and make your holidays special! Free shipping on all orders of $60 or more to one address.
---- Barbara Pierce <bpierce at oberlin.net> wrote:
> I have just had an amazing experience with Malley. My order came yesterday, and it was really mixed up. Five items were missing altogether, and one more was on the packing list but not in the box. But five boxes of buckeyes were there that I had not ordered. I have just talked with our representative. She believed me about the one item that they show as having been sent but which was not. She is sending that plus the five that were ordered but not sent, and she says that we should keep the buckeyes. So I will try to sell themso that we can get the full amount of those sales. How is that for cool?
> Barbara Pierce
> President Emerita
> National Federation of the Blind of Ohio
> bpierce at oberlin.net
> On Dec 11, 2014, at 9:41 PM, Milena Zavoli via Ohio-talk <ohio-talk at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> > Dear Readers,
> > It was not too long ago that we hadn't broken through the $1,000 sales barrier. In fact, it was at the beginning of this week that we had a large number of orders posted on the Malley's website and broke through the $2,000 sales barrier. Now, hold om to your seats! Here it is!--$2,375.55. Who will be the one or two of you to push us to the $2,500 mark? All it takes is two people to buy $62.50 worth of products. Can we do it? I know we can. Call your relatives, friends and anyone you know who is as passionate as you are in helping the NFB of OH. If we can raise $2,500, our profit will be $833.33 or 33%.
> > This time, congratulations goes to Shawn Martin of Cleveland, Ohio and Deborah Kendrick of Cincinnati, Ohio.
> > Our deadline for free shipping is approaching fast and there are only three more shipping days left. There's still time, however, and if you can place your order by the end of the day on Sunday, you too, can get free shipping on your order.
> > Lastly, I want to express my thanks for your kind words of encouragement and your dedication to making this campaign a success. All of you make a difference and if it weren't for your passion for the National Federation of the Blind and for its Ohio affiliate, we wouldn't be where we are today.
> > I will continue to post our rising sales status as we climb, steadily but surely, to our $2,500 and beyond.
> > Milena
> > Season's Greetings!
> > Support the NATIONAL FEDERATION of the BLIND of OHIO. Check out our collection of sweet treats and make your holidays special! Free shipping on all orders of $60 or more to one address.
> > http://www.malleys.com/national-federation-of-the-blind-of-ohio
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