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I'm looking for used gray Pro Panels for sale to get set up for art fairs. I have a 10 x 10 Pro Shade. I came across a notice you sent about some Pro Panels for sale. I live in Tualatin, OR (near Portland) and have an old Yukon to take back panels to Tualatin. Thanks, Pat Campbell email@example.com 503 867 4245 (please leave VM as I have a spam blocker installed).
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