[spam] student vacations (fwd)

Kathy Bergsma kathya at nersp.nerdc.ufl.edu
Wed Oct 30 16:11:47 GMT 2002


Is anyone else getting spam from www.springbreakout.com?  The service provider
is in China and spam has been coming from all over the world.

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Kathy Bergsma
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Hey everyone,

This year we are trying to put together campuswide
spring break packages for all students.  There are
lots of destinations to choose from including Cancun,
Mazatlan, Acapulco and more with a variety of inclusive
packages.  If you would like more information, fill out
the information request form and we will send all the
details.  There is no obligation. This is just to receive
information.  Let's start planning early so we get the best deals.

http://www.springbreakout.com/

You only get a chance to do stuff like this once!



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