From: Cord Coslor <coslor_at_pscosf.peru.edu>
Date: Mon Jul 14 18:30:24 1997

Sorry for this short little blurb, but I have to agree completely with
what was spoken about, below....

Thanks a ton, Sam, for negotiating all this for us. I know most, if not
all, the others agree!!

Thanks again,


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On Mon, 14 Jul 1997, Gil Parrish wrote:

> Message text written by Sam:
> >I figure total shipping costs will be $4 for a single unit, $5 for a
> couple, etc. Not sure exactly.
> I realize the shipping costs may not be what some people bargained for so
> at this point I would ask that if you want to or need to back out, please
> do it soon.
> I am going to try and negotiate a lump sum for the total units that will
> hopefully bring the cost per unit to $7. That's what I'm shooting for.<
> I don't know why anyone in their right mind would back out. You said
> originally $10 per unit, and if the above figures work out, that would end
> up $12 for a single unit delivered; not bad at all. In fact, for the folks
> who asked for two, the above figures would product $19 delivered, CHEAPER
> than you originally said.
> Still, you're left doing an awful lot of packaging, etc. You might at
> least want to build in $1-$2 a unit "profit" just to compensate for all
> your time and effort. On 400 units, that would at least get you a few nice
> dinners! Please accept our thanks for all your work on this.
> Gil Parrish
> 107765.1161_at_compuserve.com
Received on Mon Jul 14 1997 - 18:30:24 BST

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