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    April 22, 2008

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    Amanda

    Hi Liz--
    I found your blog while searching for Southern California Moms. Although it's a bit of a departure from your gourmet food focus, I was hoping you would be interested in supporting our public service campaign to raise awareness of disaster preparedness among Southern California families.

    My name is Amanda and I’m with Rocket XL, a marketing agency based in Los Angeles. The State of California has asked us to help them identify around 50 leading independent voices in the SoCal online community to become part of this emergency preparedness pilot program. We hope that you will share your views and opinions about this program with your readers.

    To learn more about this program, Click here: http://www.rocketxl.com/californiadisaster/

    As a gesture of thanks for your involvement and to kick-start your own family preparedness plan, we'd like to send you a FREE survival kit (a.k.a. "Bug Out Bag"). We would love to have your voice included and I look forward to hearing from you!
    Thanks and take care,

    Amanda
    Rocket XL
    www.rocketxl.com

    Kate Meier

    Nature's Path "organic buckwheat wildberry" version of these is substandard to the original LifeStream product. They are less substantial, and fall apart easier. And the quality control is worse - one of the waffles was a split, meaning half of it was left on their griddle. And there are qty 2 fewer in the box. Trader Joe's Banana Waffles are much better, qty 8 to a box, and of course are wheat/gluten free.

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