With a week to go until Christmas, time is running out for gift shopping. And not only is it running out for gift shopping, it's running out for anyone in the US wanting delivery of the gorgeous 2009 MotoGPMatters.com motorcycle racing calendar. Under normal circumstances, USPS Priority Mail shipping would mean that the calendar could be delivered to your door within 2-3 days, but with the postal rush for the Holiday Season, even that cannot be guaranteed.
So if you want to be sure of gladdening the heart of your favorite MotoGP fan on Christmas morning, you need to get your order for the 2009 MotoGPMatters.com motorcycle racing calendar in today, and we will rush down to the post office to ensure it hits the mail on time. And with stocks starting to run low, you need to decide sooner rather than later.
For readers based in Europe, they too need to hurry if they still want a calendar before Christmas, while readers in Australia and New Zealand will need to send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about the cost of express shipping.
Featuring a host of gorgeous photographs by Scott Jones, as well as a full listing of MotoGP and World Superbike weekends clearly marked on each month, it's the perfect schedule planner for motorcycle racing fans who don't want to miss the best racing on the planet. Printed using a four-color offset process, providing rich and beautiful photographs, the calendar measures 11" by 8.5", or 11" by 17" when folded out, with a photograph above a month grid.
Below is a sample month to give you an idea of the layout:
So get your orders in quickly so that we can get this to you in time for the gift-giving season, and before we run out. Orders can be made by Paypal, as shown below. For orders of more than 2 calendars, or for shipping options outside of the countries shown below, send an e-mail to email@example.com.
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PS: If you love the photos, Scott Jones will offer customers who buy a calendar a discount on full-size prints of any of the images from the calendar if you order them from his website, http://www.turn2photography.com/