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So before purchasing a template here is a little advice run down:
1. Check around to see how much a custom template(make sure you get all rights to it) would cost.
2. If your budget isn't big enough and you are going to purchase a template make sure the site has a refund policy, offer support and try to get reviews on them.
3. If your template has flash make sure to check around to see if you can get some quotes on some simple changes to the flash or purchase a template without flash.
4. Make sure your deadline is not too tight, just incase.
Good luck and hopefully everything will go well. Just take your time and you will have your site up soon enough.
Anthony Jewell has over 6 Years experience in the Web & Graphics World. You can visit my business at http://www.logo2d.com
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