Club Chaos Agents - All Things Hollish, Wacked, and Jacked

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A great book for greater cause

Check out this book!

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You may know that my husband is into photography and likely do not know that he is a member of the Microsoft Photography Club. This year Photography Club Members from around the world spent five months assembling and publishing a world-class, fine art photo book. The time and talent that went into this project makes every copy of the book a gift to its owner. They even put a full book preview online (160 pages of preview!) 100% of the profit from sales goes directly to the United Way and you get a valued and timeless reminder of how you too make a difference for those in need.

You can preview the book, or order the book, from your desk. Not only does this book make a wonderful addition to any collection, and a thoughtful gift, each copy you purchase contributes directly to the ongoing, important work of United Way. This book is offered for purchase at the cost of printing plus $25.00. This additional amount is contributed directly to United Way in your name and is fully tax deductable as a charitable contribution.

Even if you don't think you'll buy a copy of the book, go take a look at the online preview anyway. It really is amazing!

BTW, my husband's photo is this one.

Comment balloon 4 commentsNelya Calev • September 30 2009 10:44PM
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