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Happy 4th of July to you all! (Warehouse closed!)

Posted by Martin on

MGC is on VacationWe are wishing you a happy 4th of July. 

MyGermanCandy is closing our warehouse due to a weeks vacation, and this time it is not a shopping trip to germany or europe. it is a real vacation!  

You will be able to order, but new orders between 07/01 and 07/11 will be shipped after we are back 07/12. All orders before that will be shipped before we leave. So please stock up if you need, or be a little more patient with us then usual.

Customer service is not harmed in any way, so you still can reach us during our summer vacation - it is "just" the warehouse that is closed, and therefor we can not ship your order right away. So if you have any questions feel free to reach out to us as always using our tools here n the side or simple drop us an eMail: here.

Thanks for your understanding and have a great 4th of July yourself!

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