Show up, preferably NOT at lunch - I know from experience :(
Ask someone to give you a tour of the place.
Take the tour!
Of course, you could also call in advance, yada yada yada...
423-453-7172 will get you to their main switchboard. The whole operation
is in a single building.
* Scott Rosenfeld NF3I Burtonsville, MD FM19mc QRV 80-10/6/2/440 *
* 6m 82 grids on 8w * DXCC WAS WAC * QRP-L #147 * QRP ARCI #9054 *
*** W3EAX - U of MD ARA / Laurel ARC / ARRL Life Member / MD MW **
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On Sun, 11 Jan 1998, Peter Inskeep wrote:
> I have seen occasional mentions of list members having toured the Ten
> factory. I am planning a trip soon that will take me close to the factory,
> and would like to take a tour if one is available. Does anyone have info
> on if tours are given and how arrangements should be made. Also, about how
> much time would the tour take? I am trading this off for who knows how
> many hours sitting on a bench at the outlet malls at Pidgeon Forge. My
> secret hope is that I will get the nod to go ahead and order an Omni VI Plus.
> Thanks for your help and info.
> Pete Inskeep
> Pewee Valley, Ky
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