Greetings, customers!

We'll be closing down mid-afternoon Wednesday, November 27th to begin celebrating the Thanksgiving holiday with our families in the US. Some Genuitec'ers outside the US will be in the office, but the US team if off enjoying the holiday.

Please expect delays in sales and customer service response time between Wednesday, November 27th to Monday, December 2nd as we are out on holiday.

We will resume normal business hours on Monday, December 2nd, and are eager to serve you. (Did you read that magazine quote, the one about us 'supporting our products like crazy' - it's true, but we have families).

We appreciate your patience and wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving

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Posted on Nov 26th 2013