Ruff Rollin' Blog: | Archive for June, 2012
June 5th, 2012

As we gear up for a busy summer, it has come to our attention that we need a break too:)

 

We will be closed for a short break June 8-14, and be back to the office on the 15th. If you would like to place an order while we are away, please do so by faxing or emailing. We will most certainly start getting orders fulfilled and shipped on or around the 15th. Please continue to send your inquiries, as I will be replying via email and FB while we are away. Thank you for your continued support!

 

In addition, all orders received June 5-7 will not be able to be shipped this week. They will be the first on the list to ship when we return. We are so sorry for the inconvenience, and we “Thank You” for your patience.

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