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Foreign Buyers Club: School Benefit Order

Author:Author unknown, Issue: March 2002, Topic: Shopping

Tsukuba International School will receive a 5% rebate of everything ordered during the week of March 10-16 that have "Tsukuba International School" written in on the line for that purpose on the order form. You don't even have to be in the Tsukuba area to do that. In fact, anyone in Japan who orders from FBC during that week can list TIS as the benefactor.

FBC is offering free shipping during that week for orders over 5000 yen, and so that is an extra incentive for stocking up on items you need. FBC catalogs are available at the school and at the Tsukuba Christian Center/YMCA building near Daiei. For further information, call Tim Boyle at 55-1907.

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