Silent Auction Thank You's

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We had many wonderful vendor contributions to our Silent Auction.  Martha Fuerst was the winner of one of the two new Oxygen Concentrator donated by OxygenPlus Medical Systems, Inc.  Scroll down to see photos of Martha and the concentrator as well as the letter she wrote to thank them for the donation.  The photos were taken by Fred Fuerst.
 

Mr. Justin LaClair
OxygenPlus Medical Systems Inc.
1075 Turnpike Road, Suite C
Oak Tree Business Park
Bedford, VA 24523

Dear Mr. LaClair:

Thank you so much for your generous contribution of 2 new oxygen concentrators to the Southern Flames silent auction held May 5, 2007. I was delighted to be the winner of one of the oxygen concentrators, a Solaris 505! After its delivery to my home on May 23, I called OxygenPlus on May 24, 2007. You personally took the time to explain how to operate the oxygen concentrator and to answer the questions I had.

On May 25 my husband and I set up my new Nortel minor torch and connected the concentrator to it. I am so pleased! The oxygen concentrator was simple to install, is quite easy to operate, it is quiet and provides all the oxygen I need for my glass beadmaking. I feel much more secure with the concentrator than an oxygen cylinder that has to be chained to the wall to avoid possible propulsion.

During our conversation you suggested I might send you a photo of myself with the concentrator for possible use on a website such as Wet Canvas, where you had kindly placed an earlier congratulatory note to the 2 winners of the concentrators you contributed to Southern Flames, or in advertising your products. My husband Fred took the attached 3 photos during one of the few moments I have spent off the torch during the past 3 days!

Mr. LaClair, you not only helped make the Southern Flames auction a success, but made sure I would enjoy using the concentrator. I will certainly share my own experience with OxygenPlus with others I know.

Sincerely,

Martha Fuerst
Member, Southern Flames

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