Fauna & Flora, another new NTA "Official" company

Submitted by Mark Wilson on 4/29/05 at 2:31 PM. ( Mark@AfricanHunting.Info ) 24.118.33.43

It gives me great pleasure to announce that customs brokerage house Fauna & Flora has just agreed to become the latest "Official" company of the National Taxidermists Association.

Fauna & Flora have an outstanding reputation with hunters and taxidermists in assiting in the importation of hunting trophies from around the world. The NTA is pleased to announce that Fauna & Flora will become the "Official Customs Brokers of the National Taxidermists Association".

On behalf of the NTA and all NTA members I would also like to personally thank Mr. John Janelli for his time and effort which resulted in making this a reality.

The NTA is growing and working hard to bring additional support and exposure to all of it's members.

Please show your support by using and recommending Fauna & Flora's services whenever you can.

On behalf of all NTA members, thank you to Fauna & Flora for their support of the NTA.

Sincerely,

Mark Wilson, NTA President

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HEY

This response submitted by james bump on 4/29/05 at 6:28 PM. ( ) 207.241.134.26

Is this the same John Jenelli the NTA threw out that you are now thanking? God you guys are confusing


No it is the John Janelli that just rejoined the NTA!

This response submitted by Mark Wilson on 4/29/05 at 6:47 PM. ( Mark@AfricanHunting.Info ) 24.118.33.43

James, actually John resigned his NTA membership and was never thrown out. John however has continued to do good things for the NTA and recently joined the NTA again along with his wife Carol with a family membership.
Anything in the past is water under the bridge, and the NTA is glad to have John and his wife Carol as active members again.
Thanks again John for your help with Fauna & Flora.
It is like that saying about something you love, if you love it set it free and if it loves you it will return!
Nothing confusing at all.

Sincerely,

Mark Wilson


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