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To be included in the Cluster Quote Form vendors must be willing to follow these rules:

1. Vendor correspondence will only be in relation to the cluster quote request. No other type of unsolicited advertising will be sent to the customer unless they make a specific request.

2. Vendor will respond in a timely manner to the request for quote. Preferably within 48 hours.

3. Vendor agrees not to use the form themselves requesting a quote from the competition.

4. Vendor will contact if a successful sale was made via the RFQ process.

NOTE: These rules may change at any time. has the right to refuse or remove any vendor from the RFQ process at any time.

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