A Spoonful of Sugar: GATE OPENING.
Dear Sir Alan
THE Big Gate Adventure, the wrought iron business Danny and Kevin started needs a sensible and effective website as soon as possible.
If you would like to pass my details on to them, our team of "greytops" can get them on to the web at no cost.
Ron Astle, by email
Sir Alan says
AS a regular reader, you've seen the relative success story of Danny and Kevin who started their wrought iron gate business, followed up by other readers who wished to offer their services for making their gates electronically automatic.
Your organisation, Targ Organisation Trust, has a website www.targ.org and specialises in assisting start-up companies who, in your opinion, need a website to describe their services.
I thank you for taking the time to write to us with your offer of help.
I take you at your word, that you really don't charge anything to new starters who need an internet selling point.
You have already helped a couple of other people, but I am sure there must be some reason why you are in business and that somewhere down the line you need to get paid.
But in the meantime I don't have a problem in recommending you to Danny and Kevin because I am pretty sure they will understand there may be some strings attached.
It's just what those strings need to be clarified.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Mar 22, 2004|
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