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Sent: Tuesday, March 28, 2006 14:26
Subject: Page #3 FAQ, Why Joining MARC Is Worth The Money
At 12:15 AM 2/4/2005, you wrote:
Why Joining MARC Is Worth The Money. Updated 3-28-06

Ray, I will send out in tomorrow's mail, two envelopes. One envelope with the MARC check and application, and the other with the check for equipment and request for same. Don't forget, once you are a member and you can get the time off, you could come down here to our place and I would do the installation for you at no cost to you other then the cost of any wire, electrical fittings & etc. Would make a nice ride too. I think I said before, I have 3 installations waiting to get  done right now.  Have to get to those real soon.

Good luck with your web site, and I understand your reasoning to be mindful of your time. I first heard of MARC through WOTI, and your paragraph of your travel plans for this coming year makes me envious. One day I hope to be able to do the same. Well the MARC Web Site is not mine, our MARC Treasury pays for it and our volunteer Web Master, Wayne KB6UJW, does all of the actual  changes. I just do the some of the ground work for it. Make the changes, up grades & such and send them to Wayne for posting. Still a lot of work. I have spent about 40 working on it so far this month and am not through yet.

Your knowledge and your time is worth considerably more than the $12 you are asking for the membership, and I am happy to pay it. As for the equipment, my intent here is not to save a dollar or two, but to get the right stuff regardless of cost. Thanks again for your time. I like your attitude, thank you, so often people want me to do an installation and they won't spend the money or listen to the voice of experience. They start out with a hand held radio, then a month or so later they find that they can not communicate with those or like those with the mobile/base station radios and the top of the line antennas, they always want to save a few bucks to start out and in the end it costs them more money then if they would have bought the good stuff right from the start. Anymore, I won't even talk to a guy who wants to put an HT on a motorcycle, they just don't do the job.

Ray, I will send out in tomorrow's mail, two envelopes. One envelope with the MARC check and application, and the other with the check for equipment and request for same. Don't forget, once you are a member and you can get the time off, you could come down here to our place and I would do the installation for you. Would make a nice ride too. I think I said before, I have 3 installations waiting to get  done right now.  Have to get to those real soon.

Ray KD6FHN, March 28, 06

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