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July 9, 2007

Preserve Toothbrush Update: Response from Recycline

Date: Mon, 09 Jul 2007 14:07:35 -0400
From: “Tever Dooley” td@recycline.com
Subject: RE: Online Information Request
To: Beth Terry

Hi Beth,

Thank you for your support of Recycline and the Preserve Toothbrush we really appreciate the plug on your blog!

I am very happy to say that we do work with several dentists nationwide who offer their patients the environment-friendly Preserve Toothbrush. We are unable to imprint on our regular Preserve Toothbrush due to the curve in the handle, however, we do offer a flat-handle toothbrush that is also made from 100% recycled plastic and 100% recyclable that dentists can have stamped. I see that you are going to your dentist at the end of the month. I would be more than happy to either send you our dental intro packet for you to share with your dentist or we can send your dentist one directly and mention that you recommended we contact them. Please let me know which you prefer.

Recycline®, has been in business since 1996. We design and market environment-friendly products that are manufactured in the U.S. utilizing 100% recycled materials whenever possible. Our Preserve Product line is made up of Preserve Toothbrushes for Adults and Children, Preserve Razors, Preserve Plates, Tumblers and Cutlery and Preserve Flavored Toothpicks.

Please let me know if you prefer a soft, medium or ultra soft brush as our way of thanking you for all of your support and promotion of Recycline.

Thank you again and I look forward to hearing from you.

Tever Dooley
Sales

Recycline, Inc.
681 Main Street
Waltham, MA 02451
Phone: 781-893-1032
Fax: 781-893-1036
Email: td@recycline.com

PS Please consider the impact on the environment before printing this e-mail.

3 comments
Erik
Erik

Is there a particular store where the Preserve Toothbrushes can be found? I'd like to offer them on my website!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Hey, in your "profile" in the upper right hand corner, at least, viewed on my monitor at work in Explorer, the "d" in "Oakland" is on the next line from the rest of the word.Is the last syllable of the name of the brush maker pronounced like "clean" or "(Patsy) Cline"? It's interesting that they ask you not to print out the email. I guess that's a general sign-off. But if you think of the energy used by all the people looking at the mail on their computers ... oh, as Polaroid founder Edwin Land said, "The bottom line is in heaven." (Should "heaven" be capitalized?)And they're in Waltham! I used to ride my bicycle out there! My grandparents lived there!Michael