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[GreenYes] Used tennis balls

Does anyone know of a company who grinds, shreds, pulverizes, or otherwis=
e disfigures dead tennis balls for use in something? I asked tennis ball =
manufacturers this question and they had no suggestions. Any ideas are we=
lcome on what they could be turned into.

Jeremy Hecht

Blizzards and heavy snowfalls in the north bring a flurry of furry 
balls (especially the fluorescent ones) atop antennas to make the 
cars beneath them visibile around and underneath the snowbanks. With 
the warmer winters predicted because of global warming, there will 
likely be more tennis balls available than antennas upon which to 
place them.

Mary Appelhof

Mary Appelhof, Author of "Worms Eat My Garbage"
Flowerfield Enterprises
10332 Shaver Road
Kalamazoo, Michigan 49024 USA
PH:616-327-0108  FAX 616-327-7009
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