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Tue, May 27, 2003

Save That Chart! Erasable Highlighters and Pens

Erasable Highlighters and Pens from Sporty’s will make cluttered, hard-to-read charts a thing of the past. Now course lines and notes from a previous trip may be easily erased.

The Erasable Highlighters and Pens work just as normal highlighters and pens: simply draw your course with the colored end for easy planning and quick in-flight viewing.

Then, use the other end to remove the ink instantly. The marking can be erased anytime with no messy residue left on the chart. Sporty's is one of the most respected names in aviation.

With corporate activities in every segment of light aircraft from training to maintenance to Cessna new aircraft sales along with hangar space for more than 100 aircraft, Sporty's has evolved from the "World's Largest Pilot Shop" to "More Than A Pilot Shop."

FMI: www.sportys.com

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