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Alaska Sportsman magazines
By Peter Sullivan


December 03, 2005

My comment is more one of asking for assistance. I was researching how to sell my 230 Alaska Sportsman magazines and found this site and article. If anyone can provide advice on how to market these wonderful publications I would appreciate it.

Peter Sullivan
E-mail: pnsullivan(AT)
Juneau, AK - USA


Note: Peter Sullivan is an information technology Project Manager with the Alaska Department of Labor.



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