the show with zefrank
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From: "glen ashley" <glenroyashley@msn.com>
To: glenroyashley@msn.com
Subject: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 11:39:07 -0500

Please contact me if you would like your article turned into a
plaque.

Thank You

Glen Ashley
National Director
JGA Publishing

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From: "glen ashley" <glenroyashley@msn.com>
To: glenroyashley@msn.com
Subject: Re: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 11:51:17 -0500

Her is a sample of different plaques.

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From: ze frank <ze@zefrank.com>
To: glen ashley <glenroyashley@msn.com>
Subject: Re: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 11:45:28 -0400

hi glen -

thanks so much!

that would be great!!!!

how much does it cost? I don't have very much money, but I really
want a plaque.

how large can you make the the plaque?

can you turn anything into a plaque?

in the future, if I want to get the plaque itself laminated and
put on a plaque do I have to pay the same amount? or is it more like
an upgrade?

all the best

ze

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On 6/26/06 12:11 PM, "glen ashley" <glenroyashley@msn.com> wrote:

The cost is $129 for this article. That includes shipping and handling.

The cost of the plaques depend on the size of the print. The size for
this plaque is the actual article plus 1&1/2 inches around the border.
We can enlarge if you so desire. I will also put an engraved plate on the
bottom. I can turn almost anything into a plaque including pictures and
documents.

As for your last question, the plaque can not be turned into another
plaque. However, the original article can be added to another and
turned into another plaque. The article is mounted on 3/4 inch hardwood.
Ninety percent of our plaques are mahogany with gold trim and a gold beveled
edge.

The second most popular is black with gold. It takes 3 to 4 weeks for
you to recieve after you place the order. We accept Visa/MC and Anerican
Express.

Call me and I will get one ordered for you today.

Thank You

Glen Ashley
National Director
JGA Publishing

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From: ze frank <ze@zefrank.com>
To: glen ashley <glenroyashley@msn.com>
Subject: Re: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 12:15:23 -0400

ok...well, how about if I shelled out the money up front to have
the plaque mounted on a secondary plaque?

I'd hate to be in a bind later on.

If this is not possible, can you recommend any other company that
would provide this service ASAP?

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On 6/26/06 12:20 PM, "glen ashley" <glenroyashley@msn.com> wrote:

I don't fully understand what you are trying to accomplish? Do you
want two plaques made from this article? I can make as many plaques as you
would likeright now. Most orders are for multiple plaques.

Glen Ashley
National Director
JGA Publishing

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From: ze frank <ze@zefrank.com>
To: glen ashley <glenroyashley@msn.com>
Subject: Re: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 12:29:52 -0400

ok. I understand. could we mount one plaque on the back of the other
and laminate both together? I'm just worried about one breaking, and not
being able to find the other one.

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From: glen ashley <glenroyashley@msn.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 12:49:26 -0400
To: <ze@zefrank.com>
Subject: Re: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article

They are thick and sturdy and will outlast you and I. If you ever lost one ,
we can obtain another article from the new york times archives and make a
new plaque. I have never put two plaques together and attached. I don't
think that it would hang very well from the wall. Alot of plaques are made
of 1/2 inch wood. We use 3/4 inch hardwood. If for any reason you are not
completely satisfied with the finished product I will give you a 100%
refund. We have been making plaques for 25 years. You will absolutely love
the plaque when you receive it and will admire it for the rest of your life.

Glen Ashley
National Director
JGA Publishing

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On 6/26/06 1:22 PM, "glen ashley" <glenroyashley@msn.com> wrote:

Are you ready to order?

Glen Ashley
National Director
JGA Publishing

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Subject:     Re: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article
Date:     Mon, 26 Jun 2006 13:52:06 -0400
From:     ze frank <ze@zefrank.com>
To:     glen ashley <glenroyashley@msn.com>

yes.

if possible i'd love to have the article appear in the wall street journal
instead. is that a possibility?

the new york times lacks the credibility I'm looking for.

the Washington Post would be okay too, but not in the editorial section.

either way.

is that extra?

ze

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Subject:     Re: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article
Date:     Mon, 26 Jun 2006 13:53:45 -0400
From:     ze frank <ze@zefrank.com>
To:     glen ashley <glenroyashley@msn.com>

also -

I know this is way out in left field - but I have a strange request.

I need to have an item bronzed. it is somewhat perishable. do you bronze?

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From: glen ashley <glenroyashley@msn.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 14:07:56 -0400
To: <ze@zefrank.com>
Subject: Re: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article

no bronzing

Glen Ashley
National Director
JGA Publishing

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From: ze frank <ze@zefrank.com>
To: glen ashley <glenroyashley@msn.com>
Subject: Re: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 13:58:42 -0400

sorry - also - i'm intrigued by the multiple orders...exactly how many
plaques can I order for the $129.

seems like a loophole that could cost you money. you should consider
selling them individually.

my instinct is to order 6 plaques for the $129. but if you sold those
separately that would be nearly $400.

I assume you won't implement this until after our transaction is
complete.

I'll most likely just take 4 - I usually don't take advantage when I
see things like this.

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On 6/26/06 2:03 PM, "glen ashley" <glenroyashley@msn.com> wrote:

each plaque is $129. I do give discounts for multiple orders. Exactly how
would you like me to make the plaque. What header and what would you
like engraved on the plate at the bottom? Also, what color do you want?

Glen Ashley
National Director
JGA Publishing

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From: ze frank <ze@zefrank.com>
To: glen ashley <glenroyashley@msn.com>
Subject: Re: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 14:07:11 -0400

i'm a bit confused. I don't mind that you use my idea, but this seems a bit
unjust considering you had quoted me $129 and clearly stated that this
potentially includes multiple plaques. lets just call it even and I'll take
2 plaques of a wall street journal version of the NYTimes article, mounted
back to back for $129.

is there a lifetime guarantee on this? I've been stung before on ebay.

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From: glen ashley <glenroyashley@msn.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 14:11:56 -0400
To: <ze@zefrank.com>
Subject: Re: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article

HaHa, I forgot you are a comedian. Very funny. The price stands at $129 per
plaque. You are not my first customer. If you want to do business , I
suggest you call me.

Glen Ashley
National Director
JGA Publishing

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From: glen ashley <glenroyashley@msn.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 16:15:06 -0400
To: <ze@zefrank.com>
Subject: Re: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article

I am waiting.

Glen Ashley
National Director
JGA Publishing

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From: glen ashley <glenroyashley@msn.com>
Date: Mon, 26 Jun 2006 19:58:16 -0400
To: <ze@zefrank.com>
Subject: Re: Laminated Plaque,New York Times Article

so,are you ordering 4 plaques?

Glen Ashley
National Director
JGA Publishing