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This is HOW TO HAVE CHRISTMAS AND NOT GO BROKE. Welcome to Bo's On Line Mall, Your one-stop-shop for the very best values the Internet has to offer. The picture you see is of my parents Jerry Bogar Sr. and Nancy Bogar.I am their 7th son Ronald D Bogar. They made 7 the hard way with no girls. I have no sisters. they were The former owners of the Caravan Club on Bedford Street in Newark, N.J. They opened it in 1953 with acts such as Billy Holiday and Chuck Willis. Chuck sang "Hang up My Rock and Roll Shoes" a week befor his death. My Father was a band leader. We are a real on line mall With brands you know and love. Anything you can buy at a mall you can buy here and for less. This is the best way to shop. We never close,we have no dress code. You have no parking problems or crowds or lines. Just let your fingers do the walking and your mouse do the talking. You can shop till you drop. We will always put up new stores for you.Just let us know what you like. E-mail us at rbogar@live.com or call me at 1-888-885-5596 ext 1 ( be sure to press 1 to to get me.).We have lots of free stuff.Look on the left side and you will see how to get a free car or $7,000(seven thousand dollars) in your bank account in 24 to 48 hours or a FREE BUSINESS and web site with Your name & how to get FREE MONEY (we will never ask you for money)


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