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January 23, 2013

Looking for bargains? Find them with Find n Save

Live Oak — Have you checked out Find n Save? If not, look for it on the right rail on our home page at www.suwanneedemocrat.com.

One click takes you to a veritable wealth of information for you to use. There are local coupons, local ads, grocery coupons and store circulars.

Find n Save has a link to take you directly to homes for sale in the area, autos for sale, classifieds and business listings.

Find n Save is a one stop  place to check out photos online in our photo gallery. You can view the photos and they’re for sale. You might just find one of you taken at a festival or event.

While you’re clicking around the Internet, make one more click on Find n Save. You’ll be surprised where you can go from there.

 

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