REMINDER: Adafruit is OPEN – taking orders & shipping during the winter break 12/24 to 1/3
Adafruit is OPEN and taking orders & shipping during the winter break 12/24 to 1/3 – support emails and forum responses will be answered as usual, but may take a little extra time as we recover from working around the clock & making sure everyone got their open source electronics this holiday season.
For any assistance, please visit our support section and forums for any customer questions – email inquires will be answered within 1 to 2 business days. Any phone calls will receive this same message, please use email or support forums only. The next “Ask an Engineer” show will be Saturday January 8th, 2011 – Thank you for a wonderful 2010 everyone! Enjoy the holidays and winter break folks!
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