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Who Are Harbor Sailmakers?

I have a cover with a label on it:

Harbor Sailmakers
Palmer and Shearling
PO Box 228
San Pedro, Calif

I am trying to find some guide how to put the cover together, but I am blowed if I can find this company/business.

Any ideas?
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Harbor Sailmakers

Harbor Sailmakers is the former name of Harbor Custom Canvas. We have been in business for over 90 years in one form or another. Don Shearing was the previous owner along with Greg Palmer. I am now the owner as of 2005, after working there for over 25 years. My name is Daniel Loggans. Feel free to call me if there are any questions I can answer for you.

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Harbor Custom Canvas
562-436-7708
733 W. Anaheim St.
Long Beach, Ca. 90813
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Hi Daniel,

Thanks for tracking down my post!

Do you have an email I can contact you at? Perhaps use the board PM function if you don't want to post it publically.
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Harbor Sailmakers is the former name of Harbor Custom Canvas. We have been in business for over 90 years in one form or another. Don Shearing was the previous owner along with Greg Palmer. I am now the owner as of 2005, after working there for over 25 years. My name is Daniel Loggans. Feel free to call me if there are any questions I can answer for you.

Daniel Loggans

Harbor Custom Canvas
562-436-7708
733 W. Anaheim St.
Long Beach, Ca. 90813
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I read the rules. Did I violate them? I identified myself. I did not mean to promote my company, only identify it to the gentleman who asked about the history of the label. I am sorry if I did not do it correctly.

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I am happy he posted! I don't think he was trying to self promote
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I read the rules. Did I violate them? I identified myself. I did not mean to promote my company, only identify it to the gentleman who asked about the history of the label. I am sorry if I did not do it correctly.

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I read the rules. Did I violate them? I identified myself. I did not mean to promote my company, only identify it to the gentleman who asked about the history of the label. I am sorry if I did not do it correctly.

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You are fine and dandy. You identified yourself appropriately and nothing you posted could be taken as an attempt at free advertising.
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