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post #1 of 7 Old 10-14-2008, 01:27 PM Thread Starter
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hey guys

i am new here and so far i love this site i have been looking for something like this forever i run a lil cabinet shop in north georgia i hope to help you guys out with your problems and i always need advise on the things i am doing
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Welcome! Now I know who to talk to when I start my kitchen refacing project.

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thanks for the welcome i will help you all i can
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Welcome MC,
Hope you enjoy the site, it's a lot of fun and good reading,
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welcome m.c. im a georgia boy myself. not many of us around here. i'm guessing you're from blue ridge? most of my family is from McCaysville (abc?), copperhill and murphy nc. i'll be coming through there saturday on my way to culberson n.c.

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well i am really in mineral bluff which is 4 miles from McCaysville and its always good to see another georgia boy
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