Sandler Training - December 2018

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE

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What Does Your Costume Say About You?

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Our New 6-Week Course That Will Change Your Business

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Sandler Training Helps Taylored Restoration

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The Key to Great Mobile Ads

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Hear From Jack Jack And Taco on Why You Should Adopt Them

THE IDAHO HUMANE SOCIETY If you’re looking for a gift that lasts a lifetime this holiday season, you won’t find it on Amazon or at department stores. Instead, head down to the Idaho Humane Society and pick up a furry friend. The love of an animal is truly TACO

ADVOCATING FOR THE WELFARE OF ANIMALS

Hello. Forgive me while I stretch a little bit. I’m trying to work out some kinks from the ball of yarn I just got done playing with. Unlike Jack Jack, I have one first name and know exactly who I am, even at 10 weeks old. I’m a domestic shorthair cat, I weigh about 3 pounds, and I like the sophisticated pursuit of the ultimate catnip. I usually spend my time on the more sensible things in life, but I also like the occasional snuggle, provided it comes with a good ear scratch. I will not claim to be above a good ear scratch. these animals needs a home. If you’re allergic to animals but are interested in supporting the cause of this local organization, IdahoHumaneSociety.org has more information on how you can donate. They also have birds, gerbils, rabbits, and other animals available for adoption, all of which make for great companions for years to come. Jack Jack and Taco are just two of over 90 animals available at the Idaho Humane Society. Each one of

irreplaceable and can bring more rewards than any material present. There are plenty of animals ready to be adopted, but don’t take our word for it. Hear it for yourselves, straight from the dogs’ and cats’ mouths.

JACK JACK

I have two first names, both of which are the same, and I super duper love you. Treats are just the best, and so are hikes, and so are walks, and sniffing stuff. Sometimes, I like to snooze. The wonderful people here at the humane society tell me I’m super young, and apparently, I’m a Labrador retriever mix. I don’t know what that means. I just know I love you. And treats.

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