Hello {!firstname},

More on Dr. Phil in a moment.

Question: Do you currently own the right telescope?

At first, this may seem like an odd question.

Let me explain.

Perhaps you've had your telescope for a while now, and find you aren't using it as much as you used too, when youfirst  got it.

    Now there could be any number of reasons for this.  

Perhaps the instrument is too heavy to lug out and set-up?

I've had that particular experience, and after I obtained a different teletscope,   got something a bit more
portable, I found I started to using it more regularly.

Many instruments today, are lighterweight and far more portable than those built 10, 15 or 20 years ago.

    Perhaps it's a different issue. Your instrument is too small in aperture, and you are not seeing
enough with it?

Or maybe you've simply outgrown it.

Whatever the reason might be, it's time to give it some serious consideration.

Or as Dr. Phil might be more apt to say:  "How's that working for you?"

     If you want to know more about what options are available today, then give us a call
1 800 580 7160 or local 416 783 4140 or  simply drop by the store.

Of course, you can also trade in your existing equipment, whether that's up or down.

Clear Skies,

Ray Khan

PS Personally, I can't stand Dr. Phil.  Been forced to watching him while on the treadmill at the gym  on occassion, solving all life problems in about an hour.