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Source: BYU Idaho Scroll 3/17/2005A missionary care package is only a mouse click away
“Called2Serve.com is a company designed to make customized care packages quick and easy to send to missionaries wherever they may be serving.”

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Source: BellaOnline – The Voice of Women 3/15/2005Create a Care Package for Your Missionary
“I personally don’t stand to make a penny by sharing anything about this company; I don’t even have a child old enough yet to contemplate using their services for myself. But I am impressed with what they are doing.”

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Source: Davis County Clipper 3/3/2005Called2Serve offers LDS Care packages
“Called2Serve.com is making the process (of sending care packages) easier and (family and friends) … can get those looked-forward-to packages to those serving in any LDS mission. “

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Source: BYU Daily Universe 2/22/2005Called2Serve.com offers options for friends, family, missionaries
“The owners of Called2Serve.com a Web-based service for missionaries, friends and family, recently announced its re-launch for care package and free e-mail services.”

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Source: Deseret News 12/17/2004Custom Care focuses on missionaries
“…the site will allow customers to design care packages from the company’s selection of favorite missionary items, including a free customized greeting card, newsletter or photo album page.”

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Source: BYU Idaho Scroll 1/15/2002Web mail services help missionary correspondence
“Called2serve.com differs from the other sites. Instead of being a service to send letters to missionaries, it is an online store. Family and friends can send their missionary packages, cookies, healthy snacks or even health-care products.”

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Source: BYU Daily Universe 12/7/2000Internet brings faster services to missionaries
“E-mail services to missionaries in training, cookie care packages, and now warm cinnamon rolls, are available to send to an elder or sister, before they leave Provo.”

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