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Old 04-28-2007, 07:20 PM
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avidInteractive IntelloDesk and ServeraSuite Spring bundles - Starting at $49.99!


avidInteractive is crazy for Spring. We love the weather, we love everything about it, and best of all Summer is right around the corner!

We've put together some rather crazy promotional bundles for Spring, but they will only last for a limited amount of time.

Spring Bundle 1
  • IntelloDesk Pro Owned license (reg. $249.99)
  • ServeraSuite Server Monitoring System (Reg. $69.99)
  • Bundle price $89.99 (you save $229.99!)
  • Coupon Code: crazyspring
  • Expires May 1st, 2007
  • Order: Click Here

Spring Bundle 2
  • ServeraSuite Server Monitoring System (Reg. $69.99)
  • eBizLegal Pro v1 (Reg. $29.99)
  • Bundle price $49.99 (you save $49.99!)
  • Order: Click Here

IntelloDesk Information
- http://www.avidinteractive.com/products/intellodesk/
- http://www.intellodesk.com/

ServeraSuite Information
- http://www.avidinteractive.com/products/servera/

eBizLegal Pro Information
- http://www.avidinteractive.com/products/ebizlegal/

Order today, before time runs out!

As always, if you have any questions, feel free to contact us at:
http://support.avidinteractive.com/

We look forward to welcoming you to the avidInteractive family!

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avidInteractive
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