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  • Lastofbunch5 Lastofbunch5 Jan 15, 1998 12:55 PM Flag

    Where did the envelopes go

    Why did BOBE stop sending those envelopes with the DRP plan. They would have received more money from me if they would have included the return envelope.

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    • The reason we stopped sending the envelopes was because only a small percentage of them were used to send anything back in. The cost was quite expensive relative to usage. We realized it would have some effect on the contributions, but felt it was still the thing to do. I'd just like to offer to respond to any questions that any of you might have if you wish to ask me directly. I monitor this board from time to time and am happy to respond. Thanks
      Stewart Owens
      President and Chief Operating Officer
      Bob Evans Farms

      PS--My direct Email address is: stewart_owens@bobevans.com
      You can use it too, if you wish.

    • People like you make it difficult for companies to be profitable. Did you ever stop to think about how many people are
      dripping in their paltry $5 each month? The costs associated with your 1/8 of a share purchase each month far exceed any benefit to
      the company. And now you want them to send your cheap ass an envelope. Not only are you hurting the earnings you are socially
      irresponsible. Where do these envelopes come from? There is not a infinite number of trees to supply you with your self centered needs. All
      you do is take, take, and take some more without thinking of the results. Use that shit head of yours for once to think about
      what is best everyone.

 
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