Spring queens

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Kurt Bower
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Spring queens

Post by Kurt Bower » Sat Jan 07, 2006 5:35 am

Hi everyone!
It wont be long now and many of you will be interested in getting some new queens. I would encourage you to be placing your orders ASAP.
I have already purchased 10 for the new year and will post if I have any extra.
Interestingly enough, we now have 3 sources of queens that are quite local.
Chuck Norton - Reidsville
Jack Tapp - Chapel Hill
Harold Curtis - Graham

I would expect to see queens no later than the middle of April.
I you need some before then, plan on ordering right now and having them shipped.

Kurt

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Post by JClately » Wed Apr 19, 2006 4:13 am

From what I can tell, Jack and Chuck are currently having difficulty filling all the orders for queens being requested. I doubt that you could get a Spring queen if you wanted.
Does anyone have any ideas?

JC

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Post by Kurt Bower » Tue May 09, 2006 4:14 am

I have spoken to Jack and Chuck and they seem to booked pretty much into June. I would suggest that if anyone needs a queen that they pursue Harold Curtis.

Kurt

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