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Flymall News June 2014

Wednesday, June 11th, 2014

Lots going on at the Flymall www.flymall.org.  We are now part of the Ural Motorcycle Emissary program. Keep checking our Facebook page for more information and details. Contact us if you need sales brochures or other information on these great motorcycles. We’ll be showing our Ural at shows throughout this coming show season and we will have some cool Ural items to give a way. We have one of the oldest Ural Motorcycles in the country.  You can find our new Ural Motorcycles page on our Wheels & Wings page at http://flymall.org/wheels-and-wings.html or by clicking here http://flymall.org/magento/index.php/tech-tips/ural-motorcycles-at-flymall-org.html.

The team at Kraemer Aviation and the Flymall www.flymall.org  are pleased to announce that our membership has been accepted to the Association of Online Appraisers as a “Certified Member” status. We hope to earn some of their advanced certifications over the coming months. For more information about our collector car and aircraft appraisals see http://flymall.org/aircraft/appraisals.html.

Harry Kraemer, a 9-time Master Flight Instructor, recently renewed his Master CFI accreditation.  See the press release here http://flymall.org/pr10.html.

We also have a classic car cruise in page that is found on our home page http://flymall.org/, just click on the classic car cruise in icon near the center of our home page.

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