Eric Okamoto

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Dear Eric,

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We looked at dozens of other pros in your area, scored you on more than 10 variables, and hand picked you to be part of the program.

This is no small feat. In fact, the Best of pros make up less than four percent of all professionals.

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Right now is your time to get Drum Lesson


  information on my step by step, Quick and Easy,

  Patented, Speed Learning techniques, to become a

  Champion Drummer in any field. I also have 


  World Records in Speed Drumming!


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