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    I received an email, see below. If anyone would be interested of doing some commercial cutting and make some money, Please contact Paul.

    Mike M
    I own a company named Sundance Replicas. We sell handcrafted Replicas of homes, schools, churches, etc. Pls. take a minute to visit our website to see some of our products. In order to keep up with demand for our products I need to establish a business relationship with some additional craftsmen with expertise in scroll saw work.

    If you have any interest please send me an email or give me a call on our toll free number.
    Thanks very much.

    Paul Burden

    Toll Free- 1-866-786-3261
    SD Mike

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