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CCHS Band to compensate fruit customers

Published: 10:38 PM, 12/14/2012 Last updated: 10:45 PM, 12/14/2012

Source: The Newport Plain Talk

Florida Indian River Groves has informed band director Pat Mason that the company will replace any of their special red navels product that customers have found unsatisfactory.

Mason informed client services representative Jeff Silver of his concern over the poor condition of the navels earlier this week.

"Several customers who have bought fruit from us for years had reported the red navel portion of their order being dry," Mason said. "The more research I did the more I became convinced we had a problem only the company could fix," added Mason. Mason went on to say, "Jeff and everyone associated with Florida Indian Groves have been very concerned and most cooperative in helping us deal with the problem."

For more details, please see the weekend edition of the Newport Plain Talk.

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