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Subject:RE: Golf Balls
Date:Thu, 17 Jan 2002 13:25:56 -0800 (PST)

I figure you are going to turn around and sell them on Ebay(current price is $77). So, I will sell you the two pinnacle cases for $250, roughly $31 a sleeve. I now have two cases of the titleist golf balls that will also sell at the same price. I can send you a picture tonight, when I get home. I can ship tomorrow or Saturday, I will pay for the shipping. If you are interested, let me know. Thanks.

-----Original Message-----
From: Anna Brown <pmjr1967@yahoo.com<@ENRON
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2002 2:19 PM
To: Love, Phillip M.
Subject: Re: Golf Balls

yes, I am interested in your Golf Balls..
Please email your best price for all of them shipped
priority mail insured. Priority mail usually runs $5
for a dozen plus $2 for the 1st $100 of insurance.. I
can send payment via paypal for them.
If you have a picture showing the boxes that would be
great also.

--- "Love, Phillip M." <Phillip.M.Love@ENRON.com<
< Greg Couch forwarded your email address to me saying
< you were interested in some Enron logo sleeves of
< golf balls. I have four sleeves of Titleist Tour
< Prestige 90 and 8 sleeves of Pinnacle Gold Distance
< golf balls.
< Please let me know if you are interested and what
< you are willing to pay. I am going to put them on
< EBay tonight if I do not here from you. If you are
< not interested, I apologize for the message. Thanks
< PL
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