Author Topic: National Association of Rural Land Owners  (Read 881 times)

D.M. Norrod

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National Association of Rural Land Owners
« on: December 19, 2015, 12:11:01 PM »
We are trying to increase the sale of our No Trespassing signs to help NARLO grow. You purchased 7 of our No Trespassing signs a while back. We hope the signs have worked out for you. We would appreciate if you could help us again with just a minimal effort. Please forward the following message (below the line) about our specialized No Trespassing signs to the rural landowners on your e-mail list. They will be glad you did. It costs you but a few minutes of your time and it will help us immensely. You are welcome to modify our opening message, if you deem it appropriate.

 These signs have now been installed in the following states: Washington, California, Nevada, Texas, Tennessee, Indiana, Michigan, Massachusetts, Oklahoma, Georgia and Florida. Our goal is to have them installed in all 50 states in the next year.

 Hope all is well with you and your family.

 Thanks for your help and take care,



 Ron Ewart, President
 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RURAL LANDOWNERS
 P. O. Box 1031, Issaquah, WA 98027
 425 222-4742 or 1 800 682-7848
 (Fax No. 425 222-4743)
 Website: www.narlo.org

 Before sending to your list, erase everything above this line.

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 Dear (name of rural landowner)

 From:

 We purchased some excellent No Trespassing signs from the National Association of Rural Landowners and wanted to share the information about them with you. If you own an acre or more, you need these specialized signs. With the proliferation of government agents, letting them know with these powerful signs they are not welcome on your property without permission, could very well save you from serious fines and penalties that would be assessed if they trespassed on your property and found code violations. Not only is Big Brother watching you, they are trespassing on your land without permission, all over America.

 NARLO has indicated to us that should a government agent enter your land with these signs displayed, they are guilty of trespass and can be brought up on civil or criminal trespass charges, depending on the circumstances. NARLO went on to say that In some courts, the judges will waive any fines and penalties levied by government, if the government agent trespassed on your property in the presence of a No Trespassing signs.

 You can order the signs from the NARLO website (www.narlo.org/sign.html), or by using the attached order form. Your land may be your largest asset. It is certainly worth the cost of these signs to protect that asset from government interference and abuse of your constitutional rights?


 (This message is best viewed in HTML format.)

 From the
 "National Association of Rural Landowners"
 A Washington State non-profit organization
 "Working to protect rural landowners from Government abuse"
 (NARLO) www.narlo.org



 Tired of Government agents and others snooping on your land,
 who think trespassing is just fine and they have the right to do so? Install our copyrighted, specialized, intimidating
 "No Trespassing" signs and keep them off.

 Land Agents: You might consider purchasing them for your land clients.
 These signs have been erected nationwide and appear on rural lands in Massachusetts, Florida, Georgia, Oklahoma, Michigan, Indiana, Tennessee, Texas, Nevada, California and Washington.

 Order them from our website at www.narlo.org/sign.html using our PayPal feature and help NARLO to grow. Or print out the attached order form and send us your check or money order for the correct amount. Allow 2 to 3 weeks for delivery.

 If you have any questions you can write, call or e-mail NARLO at:
 P. O. Box 1031, Issaquah, WA 98027
 425 222-4742 or 1 800 682-7848
 (Fax No. 425 222-4743)
 E-Mail Address: info@narlo.org

 See a sample of these huge, powerful signs below.
 (If your browser won't display the sign, it is attached as a JPEG file)
 
http://narlo.org/

Once you actually post them, EVERYONE has to abide by a posted no trespassing sign and local or state laws can NOT superseded Federal law!