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Say "NO" to too many Cabelas catalogs

Old 01-17-2011, 06:57 PM
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you can call them up and request that they not send you any catalogs any more. You can also request that you dont get promotional mailings, retail flyers, bargain cave flyers, and club deals. You just have to make the call and tell them that you specifically don't want any of those. Heck, if you really want them to leave you alone, you can even request that they don't email you either.

Unless you let them know, they aren't going to change the way they market their product as their goals is to reach as many people with as many possible products as possible, hoping they catch your eye with something.

My guess is they aren't scanning message boards looking for people complaining about them. If you want something done, you got to do something about it. Pretty simple.
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Old 01-18-2011, 04:00 PM
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I like shopping at Cabelas too. But, do not like getting the mail from them. I made a call to an requested them too stop sending me stuff. I told them all they needed to send me is the archery catolog. So I do not have that problem any more.
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Old 01-20-2011, 05:45 AM
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Default Using Trees

Somebody better use trees. It's good some people need paper catalogs. If everyone had computer training and had a computer, how many less trees would actually be needed.
Then some people might question the need for so many trees and the need for more building. Not all of it is public national forest and parkland.

I actually lost hunting land, some years ago, because of the non-use of trees. The owners saw a reduction in the need for trees and sold off all their land. In much smaller lots. They sold while the getting sold was good. Gone was the land; gone was the inexpensive fee to hunt this company land.

You see the trees were for a printing purpose, now greatly gone. They sold the tree pulp to make paper to use for newspaper printing -newspapers.

How many newspapers are you seeing these days. I'm against any universal eradication of tree pulp use. We don't need "wall to wall" preserved forests. Deer don't like them. I don't like the reduction of deer.
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