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Small Businesses Can Give Their Email Marketing Newsletters A Facelift With New HTML Email Templates From

Collections of affordable, professionally-designed html email newsletter templates now available from

TUCSON, AZ July 4, 2004 -- A new line of affordable, professionally-designed HTML email templates now available at can enhance the look and feel of emails without the normal cost of a custom layout for an organization's email newsletter. makes professionally-designed HTML email templates affordable for almost any small business or association using newsletters as part of their email marketing.

Each of the design collections of email templatesincluding themes like business, communications, finance, news, computers, nature, people, holidays and morecan be browsed on the website, . Once a template collection is purchased, users can customize each template with standard HTML editing software like MS FrontPage or Macromedia Dreamweaver MX. Template collections sell for $99 - $149 and are shipped directly to customers on CD-ROM. The templates are licensed on a royalty-free, unlimited use basis. offers designs that are a cut above the quality of HTML email templates frequently found on the Internet. "These are professional, high-end designs," explains Mike Adams, president and CEO of Arial Software, the developer of "Organizations would be proud to send out their emails using these templates. They quite simply make your business look good."

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About Arial Software
Founded in 1993, Arial Software is widely considered the industry leader in comprehensive software designed exclusively for permission marketing through personalized email messaging.

The companys products are implemented by businesses, organizations, associations and other groups to compose and send outbound email marketing messages directly to subscribers, customers, prospects or members. Arials client list includes Nortel, AT&T, Citibank, Dell Computer, Hewlett-Packard, Intuit, New York Life Insurance Company, Smith Barney, Texas Instruments and the U.S. General Services Administration.

Arials mission is to be a universal provider of software tools to automate, personalize and measure meaningful email communications. Company information can be found at the Arial Software Press Center,

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A facelift is a surgical procedure to repair sagging, drooping, and wrinkled skin of the face and neck. It is performed to improve visible signs of aging, poor diet, or heredity; it is performed by removing excess fat, tightening underlying muscles, and redraping facial and neck skin.


Sagging or wrinkled skin occurs naturally with increasing age. Folds and fat deposits appear around the neck, and deep flexion creases form between the nose and mouth. The jawline grows "jowly" and slack. Heredity, poor diet, smoking, or obesity may contribute to early or severe skin problems.

A facelift can help repair some of the visible damage to skin, fat, and muscles and can restore a "younger" look. A facelift can be done alone or with nose reshaping, a forehead lift, or eyelid surgery.

While the patient is sleepy (sedated) and pain-free (local anesthesia) or deep asleep and pain-free (general anesthesia), the plastic surgeon makes incisions above the hairline at the temples, behind the earlobe, to the lower scalp.

The surgeon removes some of the fat tissue and loose skin, then stitches (sutures) the incisions closed. The fat tissue is called the SMAS layer and is the primary lifting portion of the facelift.