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Form For Ordering Address Labels

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Please complete all of the following information as it should appear on your labels, up to four lines with no more than 30 letters and spaces per line. You must complete a separate form for each different label. We guarantee accuracy and will reprint any errors free of charge. However, we can only be as accurate as you are. PLEASE FILL THIS FORM OUT CAREFULLY!! When you are finished, print this page.

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Order Form

Information to appear on your labels:

First Line
Second Line
Third Line
Fourth Line (optional)
Do you want comic, block or script lettering? (Choose one)
Which graphic(s) do you want?
What color? (If applicable)
What letter of the alphabet? (If applicable)
Your email address (In case we have a question.)

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Mailing Address (if different from above):

City, ST Zip

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Calculate your cost:

Total number of sheets ordered (minimum of 4)
Multiply by $1.25 per sheet
X $1.25
Shipping & Handling
($3.00 US residents, $6.00 outside the US)
(This is for entire order, not per sheet.)
WI residents add appropriate sales tax for your area
Total Amount of Order

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What to mail and where to mail it:

Include all of the following:

1. This completed order form (one for each different label).
2. Your check or money order in US funds for the above amount.

Send it to:

Hawes Publications
1745 Whitemont Drive
Brookfield, WI 53045-2107

Please allow 2 to 3 weeks for delivery within the US, longer if outside the US.

Thank you for your order! Remember, your satisfaction is guaranteed. If your labels need to be reprinted due to an error on our part, we will gladly do so!

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