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Glass Prices on the Rise; Web Site Bead Sale

"Because we can no longer absorb these rising costs on our own, we are writing to inform you that we must implement a general 10% price increase, effective November 1, 2008."

This is copied out of an email I received today from Bullseye Glass Co. While I don't use that much Bullseye Glass, I do know that moretti glass is also going up, due to the price of gas, etc. Unfortunately for bead makers, it means that they will have to raise their prices to keep up with the rising price of glass, gas, etc. I guess everyone is feeling the pinch - check out my web site for the rest of September for a 10% off sale!

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