WAE results have always been the role model for "customer service."
In the old days, every participant would receive a small booklet with
all the results, rules for next year, certificate and/or plaque if
eligible, and blank paper logs, at no charge to the participant, of
course. Now, it's all web based, with instant confirmation of
submitted logs, high claimed scores, etc.
On 30 Sep 2002 at 23:20, Jim Rhodes wrote:
> OK, I will ask the obvious question. What does WAE/RADXC do different.
> From out here in the middle of nowhere the European contests are often
> difficult to work from behind the east coast stations so my experience
> with them is very limited. How do they distribute the results?
> Publishing them in the organization's magazine is the obvious choice.
> That is the least expensive way for them to do it. But you seem to be
> saying that it is done differently over there. Before I can form an
> opinion I need more information.
> > > You dont get my point?! OK I do have a bad english, but let me try
> > > again. Now you tryed to say that people spending money on sending
> > > out scorebooks and such things are stupid?! It's obvious they wont
> > > make any money, so I guess this is something americans cant
> > > understand?! You understand that CQ Magazine is sponsoring the
> > > CQWW and for that they need money. I understand this too. But for
> > > me sponsoring something doesnt mean making money on it. Yes, they
> > > can promote their Magazine, that's what's sponsoring all about,
> > > but
> > > people to buy it; that's just sick.
> > >
> > > I'm 19, and when all those older guys past away I wonder who will
> > > I talk
> > > At least I'll have my WAE/RADXC broshures to look at, oh those
> > > good old times.
> > >
> > > Hrle - 9A6XX
> > >
> > >
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