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Spring Irrigation Installation Special

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Rain Man Irrigation will be offering a 200 dollar discount to FM members on all irrigation systems installed before June 1st. Call today for a free no obligation quote to learn how we can save you time, money and water so you can spend more time in the boat. We service the entire Metro area and western Wisconsin.

Justin Novatney

651-248-0155

jnovatney@msn.com

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Heard alot of good things about you guys. It is always easier to go with someone that has been recommended. Count me in for this spring. Sent you an email with info.

Just tired of dragging hoses.

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Rainman just got my new system installed Friday. I couldn't be happier. Justin and Todd were great to work with and they got me everything I needed in a very quick time for more than a fair price. I urge anyone looking to get irrigation installed to give these guys a shot.

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Thanks Adam, I'm glad we could help you out! Good luck on those muskies this summer.

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Justin,

Do you have a need for Directional drilling?

We do some for the larger companies (sometimes) parking lots, and such.. Just thought I'd ask.

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Not very often, and when I do I have a guy that I've been using for years. Thanks for the thought though...

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