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Wed, 24 Dec 2003, 01:37 PM

Rob Atchison Signs Tool and Cutter
Courtesy of Dennis Smith

LONDON, Ont. -- IHRA 2003 Funny Car Champion Rob Atchison driver of the Erickson Manufacturing Pontiac is pleased to announce the addition of Tool and Cutter Supply as associate sponsor for the 2004 season. Rob stated that it is great that Tool and Cutter Supply has decided to expand their partnership from a valued product sponsor to associate sponsor. Tool & Cutter Supply Co., was established in 1969 by Mr. Paul Franks to supply woodworking shops in the London area. After a few years it was realized that there was a greater need for suppliers to service the metalworking industry and so the focus of the company changed. By 1985, the company had grown substantially and expanded into the St. Catharines area, and in 1995 the company opened another branch in Woodstock. Since then Tool & Cutter Supply Co. has continued to grow and now supplies abrasives, machine accessories, cutting tools and precision measuring tools to more than 600 customers located primarily in Southwestern Ontario. Visit the Tool and Cutter Website at

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