May 04, 2022 Blog Newsletter

  Cinco de Mayo!? Debbie and I ventured out to travel some 600 miles to be with Debbie's Mother on her 102nd Birthday. Additionally, we will spend some quality time with vaccinated family member and take in some sights. Just in case you have not noticed on our soon-to-be three websites, we have a Travel Message up on our websites and Ebay Store. We are enjoying a much needed break. We’ll be headed...
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April 14, 2022 Blog Newsletter

  Mid-April Newsletter & Updates: We’ve got a couple of extra treats farther down in this newsletter. First is an awesome sale of Narrow Gauge & Short Line Gazette magazines. And the second is an offer to the first ten (10) customers to log into their Doctor Ben’s website account (www.DrBens.com) and could earn 10% Off on the Doctor Ben’s website. Sounds too good to be true? Scroll on down!...
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April 08, 2022 Blog Newsletter

  Spring Break has Sprung! Well, it’s Spring Break Week and the TV is showing the Atlanta Airport is super busy! We're getting very excited about visiting with Debbie’s soon-to-be 102 year old Mom in Maryland for her big day. It's typically a 12-14 hour drive only stopping for gas, switching drivers, and bathroom breaks. We'll be gone for about two weeks beginning sometime the last week in April..  Anyway, we've been very, very busy even though a lot of folks have been label to return back to work. Typically this is the start of our ...
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March 31, 2022 Blog Newsletter

  Are You  Ready for Spring Break?  It is now official! We will be headed to be with Debbie's soon-to-be 102 year old Mother to *finally* celebrate her B-Day. We had hoped to have a small gathering of close relatives and some G-Children, but Mom’s Doctor “strongly” suggested that Mom NOT be that exposed. So it will just be most of the siblings and spouses. Good news for us is that we will be headed to Maryland/Delaware in about three weeks. We will be gone for about two weeks and ...
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March 23, 2022 Blog Newsletter

  Welcome to Spring! ... Sort of  First week of Spring has arrived with all kinds of crazy weather happenings here in the South. We lucked out because by the time the cold front go to us our cooler temperatures took all the heat out of the system and all we received was a few hours of light rain.  We’re still receiving some great feedback about our *new* N & HO scale Corrugated Materials....
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March 16, 2021 Blog Newsletter

  Only Three Days Until Spring! It's been a week of Pi Day (3/14), S Gauge (3/16), St Patty's Day (tomorrow) and the end of Winter on Saturday! Whew! Business at DeBenLLC & Doctor Ben's continues to be crazy busy and this past week is no exception. Like many other manufacturers, we've had to be patient with a couple of suppliers who have been a bit slow fulfilling raw material orders. But at least they are coming through! we have hopes of shutting down for two weeks the end of April and spending some time with Debbie's Mom who will be turning 102 years young ...
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March 10, 2021 Blog Newsletter

  Time to Spring Ahead this Sunday!  Last week we were fortunate to have dry, mid-70s temperatures until this past Sunday when the temperature a daily record high of eighty degrees. We were thinking that Spring was coming very early this year and then it started raining and getting cooler and cooler. Now our weather forecasters are saying that we may have a light snow by this Saturday. If that happens we will have experienced all four seasons in the very same week!
  You may be familiar with the Doctor Ben’s Silver Corrugated Metallic Material...
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March 02, 2022 Blog Newsletter

  Tired of Weathering Corrugated Roofing Yet? We hope that everyone is doing what they can to get through all this crazy political climate, unpredictable weather, and the chaos of the inconsistent mast debate. Georgia State vaccine demand for vaccinations is still outpacing supply. Sadly, in just the past couple of weeks we’ve just had two long-time friends and a family member pass away. Although only one person succumbed to the COVID virus, we never get use to losing someone close.
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