Gee, I think the WP2Z station (and others) do the rent-a-station thing now.
Why would that not be legal?
My station available. Make an offer!
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Tom Osborne
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> Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Rent-A-Shack
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> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Rent-A-Shack
> Rent a QTH is one thing. But rent a complete operating station
> including operators? With all due respect... if they're shack is so
> good, why aren't they operating it themselves as themselves? Am I
> missing something here?
> Well, is it legal?? If so, there's a chance to make some money on ham
> radio. Set up some stations all around the country and rent them out
> for contests. Charge $n.n per Q or something. Get some big guns in
> there and make a few bucks off your ham ticket.
> Even better, just hire a bunch of guys to operate for you. Just stay
> home and let some dudes operate the contest at a rented station with
> rented hams using your call. Connect to the station with ICQ and chat
> with them while they are operating for you.
> Does it seem like there is something missing here?
> Tom W7wHY
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