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B&B Guidebooks

August 20, 1987

Regarding Gary Libman's story about bed and breakfast inns being charged in order to be represented in guidebooks ("Gloom at the Inn," Aug. 14): These fees aren't unusual, at least not for the insurance industry. In order to be represented in industry guidebooks--many sponsored by various insurance associations--companies need to pay association dues, often between $500 and $1,000 or more, plus at least $50 for each branch office. As is the case with inns, insurance companies or agencies that can't afford or won't pay the fees aren't represented in the guides.

DIANE GROSS

North Hollywood

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