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It’s Holiday Season – That Could Only Mean One Thing

It’s Thanksgiving morning, so naturally many of us are thinking about all the things we are most thankful for in our lives.

Profitable Hobbies would also like to Thank our Customers for 27 great years.

We realize that it is because of you that we are able to be doing what we love to do.

Merry Christmas from Profitable Hobbies


We also want to “jump the gun” just a bit and wish everyone in our database a Very Merry Christmas – a bit early. (c’mon, I know you’re thinking about it just as soon as that turkey hits bottom.)

We have some exciting things to announce:

  • All Complete Systems are now on sale – (with special bonuses) from now until Christmas.
  • Special Webinar – Personalizing Christmas Gifts – December 1. (see webinars page soon)
  • ALL NEW – Ongoing Conference Calls – ┬áCall in – ask questions – get answers – learn from others.

These conference calls are not something we schedule very far in advance. They are more spontaneous and we schedule them based on the needs of our customers. They are a great opportunity to “listen in” and learn from others.

Make sure you Subscribe by E-Mail below to get the announcement so you don’t miss out on these calls.

 


Don’t forget to check out the Special Bonus Page – good from now until Christmas.

Once again, we want to thank all of you for your continued support of Profitable Hobbies and wish everyone a happy holiday season.

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One Response to It’s Holiday Season – That Could Only Mean One Thing

  1. Larry Gibson November 25, 2010 at 12:21 pm #

    I would like to add my Thanks for all of the Blessings that I and my family have been given. I also would like to say that Profitable Hobbies, both the people working there, and Dr. Lew, for his tireless efforts and positive encouagement, have provided a means for me to look to the future. Hopeing to become an artist in wood has been something I had thought of for a very long time. I now have a very unique way to approach a dream. Happy Thanksgiving to all who read this.
    Larry Gibson