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    Introduction:

    Traveler and Nicole Terpening of Cold Country Salmon are small-time fisherfolk from Alaska who have recently started wintering here in the D.C./NoVA area. During the summer, they live and fish on the Ugashik River in Bristol Bay in western Alaska––a remote and pristine wilderness brimming with brown bears, wolves, smoking volcanic mountains enrobed in steely blue glaciers, and of course, million and millions of salmon. Bristol Bay has the largest sockeye salmon population on earth and is a totally wild and 100% sustainable fishery. When Traveler and Nicole return to Northern Virginia in the fall, they bring a little of their catch with them.

    If you love salmon like we do, this is the place to get it. It’s wild, direct from the fishermen, better quality and taste than anywhere else and very often less expensive. We recommend their salmon wholeheartedly.

    Traveler and Nicole take orders for salmon before they go fishing every summer and fill those orders at the end of August when they get back from Alaska. Preorder your share of this coming summers catch.

    Letter of Endorsement:  (From you to your customers. Feel free to modify)

    We are writing to personally introduce our very good friends and source for wild Alaskan salmon, Traveler and Nicole Terpening of Cold Country Salmon. Traveler and Nicole are small-time fisherfolk from Alaska who have recently started wintering here in Northern Virginia. During the summer, they live and fish on the Ugashik River in Bristol Bay in western Alaska––a remote and pristine wilderness brimming with brown bears, wolves, smoking volcanic mountains enrobed in steely blue glaciers, and of course, million and millions of salmon. Bristol Bay has the largest sockeye salmon population on earth and is a totally wild and 100% sustainable fishery. When Traveler and Nicole return to Northern Virginia in the fall, they bring a little of their catch with them.

    But enough about them, their salmon is what we love and wanted to tell you about. We have been customers of Traveler and Nicole for years now and just can’t say enough good things about their salmon. Traveler’s salmon is the best we’ve had and an amazing super-healthy protein to fuel your day. It’s sustainably-caught, healthy and tastes great. They also make an amazing Alaskan-style smoked salmon, which is unique to Alaska and one of Traveler’s specialties.

    If you love salmon like we do, this is the place to get it. It’s wild, direct from the fishermen, better quality and taste than anywhere else and very often less expensive. We recommend their salmon wholeheartedly.

    2013 Preorder Information:  (Use this to describe how to preorder)

    You can preorder for the coming summer’s fishing season anytime during the winter or spring. The cutoff date (get your preorder form to me before this) is May 31. To preorder simply fill out the 2013 preorder form supplied by your gym and return it to the gym with a check or credit card info for a 50% deposit. Complete directions can be found on the form itself.

    By preordering you save money, you get your salmon before anyone else and you have it conveniently in your home freezer all winter. We fish from May to August and are generally back in the D.C. area and ready to get salmon out by the last week in August. You will receive a series of emails with pickup info including location, days and times. If your gym order is 300 lbs. or more, we will host a special pickup day at your gym.

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