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Idaho State University Piano Sale May 12th & 13th 
 For the past year the ISU Music Department has had the benefit of using 30 new pianos and digital pianos loaned to us at no cost. These instruments are part of a national educational loan program that provides our students and faculty first class, well maintained pianos for teaching, practice, and performance. Yamaha Corporation, Kawai Corporation and Piano Gallery have made this possible and we are proud to be a participant.
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This memorandum gives you the opportunity to purchase one of these pianos at a fraction of its retail value. The selection includes GRAND PIANOS, UPRIGHT PIANOS, DIGITAL PIANOS, AND PLAYER PIANOS. We need your support to perpetuate this agreement. Each ISU piano is professionally maintained and includes a full warranty. Select from exotic hand-build German Schimmel and Seiler grands, Kawai and Yamaha pianos, Yamaha Disklaviers, Yamaha Clavinovas, player pianos, a used Steinway grand, and affordable  Wm. Knabe and Pramberger pianos all substantially discounted. In addition there will be a selection of used pianos starting under $500. Over 100 instruments will be available to purchase. 
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Special on site financing has been arranged for this event, with extended terms & interest free financing on select pianos O.A.C.
Up to 12 months interest free on select models.
Delivery and tuning available through Piano Gallery in Pocatello.

NOTE: There are two ways to purchase these pianos.

1) For a private appointment call 208-233-2658.
You may purchase a piano during your appointment. Preview appointments are highly recommended. This gives you priority status before the public sale and best selection. All sales are on a first-come first-served basis.
2) You may attend the public sale on Friday, May 12th from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday, May 13th from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the beautiful Stephens Performing Arts Center on the ISU campus in Pocatello. (DIRECTIONS CLICK HERE) 1002 Sam Nixon Ave. Building 88, Pocatello, ID 83209.
As budgetary resources shrink, the importance of this program increases. Having quality instruments is essential to provide the best education for our students. With this in mind, we ask you to consider the purchase of one of these fine pianos.
Sincerely,
Dr. Thom Hasenpflug, Chair
Department of Music
Idaho State University
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