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  1. #1
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    Default GMC to the rescue

    G'day All,
    A local young girl is now battling her second run with leukeamia, and the local businesses are in fund raising mode, as she must stay in Melbourne for her treatment with no assistance for lodgings etc.
    Our local hardware store rang GMC for a donation, and a whole load of stuff arrived for the fund raising including a sliding compound mitre saw, 14V cordless drill kit and a brushcutter thingy.
    I know we get stuck into GMC on occassions...but thanks GMC for your kind assistance.
    Well done!

    Regards,
    Noel

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    Yep. Maybe I'll keep the cr@ppy jigsaw just to support the poor kid.
    Good on ya GMC. An example to philanthropy in business.
    If you never made a mistake, you never made anything!


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    Ha Ha. I just bought a 184mm GMC circular saw - for basic work I couldn't go wrong for $49! Although my first job will be cutting some melamine.....that will be interesting.

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    Yep, well done GMC..

    Al

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    Well Done GMC!
    Have a nice day - Cheers

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    Good one GMC

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    good onya GMC.
    S T I R L O

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    I'm here to praise GMC, well done.

    My old Scroll Saw has given me lots of fun and I've even made a few bob from items I've made, more than enough to pay for it.

    My Compound Saw is GMC and it cuts straighter than my hand saws did.

    Now can we have pinless blade holders that work please?
    Buzza.

    "All those who believe in psycho kinesis . . . raise my hand".

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