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Ben Yardley,
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byardley@bigstonepub.com
(970) 704-1442 x 119

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(970) 704-1442 x 116

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Shannon Standefer,
Digital Sales Director
sstandefer@bigstonepub.com
970-704-1442 x 120

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Rock and Ice and ASCENT
2567 Dolores Way
Carbondale Colorado, 81623
fax (970) 963-4965
www.rockandice.com

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