Dear Tom,

As you can see, I've included with this letter a set of slides that follows along the steps that were required to transform my driveway from a drab, cracked slab into a thing of singular beauty as can be seen in Sunset Magazine. I hope the slides will be of use for you in presentations and/or reminding you of the sequence of complex steps that you learned with Neil Stringer.

I wanted to give you and your crew high praise for the professional and courteous manner in which all concerned handled this project. I realize it was a learning experience for everybody, but look at the results! Despite unfamiliar techniques, the project went smoothly. The driveway has a unique look that draws lots of favorable comments. It breaks new grounds technologically. It saves time, money, and a demolition mess. It allows for the natural movement and heaving that takes place as a result of expansive soils and tree roots. The cracks are invisible, too!

Please fee free to add my name to your list of satisfied customers. Use the slides in whatever manner you want.  I'm also enclosing a print of the finished driveway. I am still interested in following up on visiting other projects that you have been involved with. Publicity never hurts, and from what I've seen in your portfolio, there are good possibilities for story material.

Yours truly,

Peter O. Whiteley

Senior Writer

Sunset Magazine
80 Willow Road
Menlo Park, CA