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Here are some pictures of what we will be selling on Friday and Saturday.

For those who don't know yet:

Friday and Saturday from 7am to 6pm Morgan Media will have its first sale. I will be the first chance to get our DVDs and Lei (graphic novel). The other mechandise and the handbags are limited edition and will not be reproduced after the sale.

25% of every sale is being donated to the American Diabetes Association. We will also be taking monetary donations from anyone who would like to give them. You can also make a monetary donation at this site to Adam or Michelle.

The sale will be held at 803 Berg Blvd in Stewartville, MN.

We are riding 32 miles in the Tour de Cure June 3. Every dollar we raise is a dollar closer to a cure for diabetes. Help us find a cure.


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