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This email was built as the initial autoresponder for email signups for Mercury Mosaics. The design shows off the top tile designs for users who may not be familiar with the designs of Mercury just yet and puts the focus on one CTA to browse the year's lookbook. The goal is to introduce the variety of possible tile designs Mercury Mosaics can offer to any project.
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