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March 03, 2009

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Margaret N. Harker

IHAVE FOUND YOUR ARTICLES MOST INTERESTING.I HAVE BEEN LONG TERM CUSTOMER, MOSTLY OF SMALL THINGS, FOR MYSELF AND GIFTS FOR OTHERS. KEEP ON WRITING. SINCERELY, MARGARET N. HARKER, NOW RETIRED SO CAN READ MORE!

Charlotte G Brooks

Dear Steve,

The last time I went through Ticonderoga in the early 1970's, the smell in the air was positively sickening and you could see the pollution--a yellow haze that hung over the whole area. It really spoiled our visit to the Fort that day. Am glad to hear that these two environmental issues must have been resolved.

It's also nice to know that your company obtains its paper from a sustainable source that provides work for those in my home state.

I enjoy your Well Read Life and the products I order are excellent. Keep up the good work.

Charlotte Brooks

LYNN BUCHANAN

Very interesting--out here most of our trees are evergreen.

Hillel Korin

Interesting. I know the Sarajevo Haggadah well and remember the Nightline Show that Ted Koppel did with my friend Ed Serotta .

Laurel Dabbs

I appreciate the care you've taken to know every aspect of the processes that make your products. This ownership of the details, great and small, keep us happily willing to pay for the quality of something REAL and lasting (even as friends and family look aghast at the invoices of my Levenger habit.....I have taken to hiding them......) Looking forward to part 2.

Bob Wientzen

Steve, Loved it....wish I had been with you.

Craig F. Woempner

Well done Levenger. I didn't realize that you had so much interest in the environment and such transparency to your roots of aquiring natural materials. Well done.
Craig F. Woempner
San Diego, CA.

Donnie Fischer

I agree with a previous post, it is wonderful to know that you take the time to oversee the production of your products, Steve. I have been a Levenger customer for over a decade, and the quality of Levenger products is the reason I keep coming back. Yes they are pricey, but you get what you pay for, and from the leather gear (I _ADORE_ your entire Bomber Jacket collection) to the fountain pens to the ink and the paper, I remain pleased and grateful that Levenger is there to supply such high quality products. If something happened to Levenger, I'd give up writing altogether. You've spoiled me pretty bad, and with every catalog, I find something else that I just can't live without. Your company is killing me. *wink* But no one pampers me like Levenger does. Thank you for your commitment to excellence, I plan to be your customer for many years to come.

Laurel Dabbs

Sounds like Donnie and I need a 12-step program for Levenger catalog addiction......by the way, I haven't seen the five-year diary lately and everyone I gave one to at Christmas four years ago has reminded me, we're on our last year. They aren't available ANYWHERE else. I'm getting a little nervous.......

mim harrison

Dear Laurel,

Not to worry--a new five-year journal is in development.

Best,

Mim Harrison,
Editor,
Levenger Press

Laurel Dabbs

Dear Mim,

Hallelujah!

My Christmas shopping is done!

Cheers,

Laurel

Charles Burroughs

I recently came across a "Writer's Block" at a bargain price (yes, I like to frequent Thrift Shops in these tough economic times) with the "LEVENGER o WELL READ LIFE o" logo encompassing a "tree of life" on the opposite side. It's a treasure! Does Levenger still produce these?

Mim Harrison

Dear Mr. Burroughs,

I'm glad you discovered one of our treasures from the past. We don't make the Writer's Block anymore, so who knows--perhaps yours will be a collector's item!

Sincerely,

Mim Harrison, Editor, Levenger Press

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