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CM mobile technology board meeting



2011-05-23 - 571 Main ST, Shelbyville, KY - Photo by Pen.
As CM adapts more and more to mobile device delivery for easier reading on iPhones, smart phones, iPADs, Chromebooks and tablets, an advisory board meeting was called in Shelbyville, KY. Techno-challenged Granddad is on the left, game app guru Evan Waggener is center, and, far right, Graham Waggener, iPod advisor. Already, tons of savings are expected from the meeting, just from cutting out long distance bills with the use of iPOD Fring. The bench is in front of 6th & Main Coffee and Main Street Bikes, operated by ex-pat Adair Countians Pen and Tom and wives Amy, and Teresa Powell. Granddad, Ed Waggener


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