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July 2006
Contact Quarterly;Summer/Fall2006, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p97
The article provides information about the subscription of the periodical Contact Quarterly. Those who have questions regarding the journal can access to several emails including info@contactquarterly.com, business@contactquarterly.com and development@contactquarterly.com for some guide. The "Time To Renew" card reminds subscribers to renew their membership for the journal. Kneepads are available for distribution with discount for more orders.


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