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Old 01-16-2003, 11:49 AM
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Well... It's winter, and I am looking for ways to spend money on the boat. I would like to get some "personalized" towels, koozies, etc. for the boat.

I found this site: Fat Towels, but their prices seem a little high.

I have been unable to find a good koozie site.

Is anybody out there bored like me?
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Old 01-16-2003, 12:43 PM
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Your having trouble spending money on your boat? I'm having trouble making enough money to pay for boat expenses this winter, If it helps you out you can spend money on my boat

custom koozie's are pretty cool though.
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The Fat Towels distributor is a member of OSO.
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The Fat Towels distributor is a member of OSO.
Do we get an "OSO Discount"?
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I work with some advertising and promotional companies that can get just about anything. I am not sure about quantities for custom orders but, I can check.
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Just a thougt. I like thick towels too, but a boater friend told me she uses thin towels, 'cause the dry more quickly. Therefore, I keep both types ...a few thicker for confort and a few thin for drying off after a swim.

Those fatty towels look nice.
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