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What my spam filter misses, I usually delete on sight. For some reason, I’m posting this.

Is that what’s called ‘viral marketing’? I must have caught something.

Dear Sir,

M. Basharat Dolik Maker. is family owned business, our family is in manufacturing business since last 50 years since our forefathers. We are are manufacturers of fine quality Scottish Highland Bagpipes, Smallpipes, Pipe Chanters, Reeds, Tone Enhancers and a range of other Music Instruments & Accessories. Serving a global marketplace.

We produce some of the finest quality instruments and have decades of manufacturing experience, please view of our website for some of designs we can produce for your company. I would like to summerize some products below.

  • SCOTTISH HIGHLAND BAGPIPES
  • SCOTTISH HIGHLAND PRACTISE BAGPIPES
  • INDIAN CLASSIC INSTRUMENTS.

Please see details of our products at our website:

www.mbasharat.com

Every instrument is produced from fines quality materials through careful extraction and economic saving. If you need more information, please contact us to discuss, we would be glad to produce OEM products for your company.

Look forward to hear from you soon.

Waqas Yaqoob
Manager Sales

M. Basharat Dolik Maker.
Raja Bazar,
Sialkot-51310
PAKISTAN.
Cell: +92-321-6108188

www.mbasharat.com

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