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Clarion 7 - Clarion 6.3 - SoftVelocity Summer Update Specials!

Hopefully, most of those that read these newsgroups have already received 
special emails or phone calls concerning the SoftVelocity Summer Update 
specials, but my company is running a special C7 blog about it for general 
details at:

http://www.encouragersoftware.com/blog/?p=69

or 

Clarion 7 Blogs
http://www.encouragersoftware.com/blog/?cat=3

The SoftVelocity Summer Special is all about special pricing for the CSP - 
Core Subscription Program. The specific details for your pricing must be 
obtained from SoftVelocity or an authorized distributor. Special update 
pricing is for a limited time!

This might be a reminder for some to send SoftVelocity an updated email 
address for contact.

David

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