[CQ-Contest] QSL'ing

Dale L. Martin kg5u at hal-pc.org
Tue Feb 17 19:00:59 EST 1998

Further savings can be achieved, Zoran.

Since the likelihood of the incoming QSL ending up in a box or
drawer never to see daylight again, why not slap the labels on
the back of the incoming QSL card and send it back through the

Not only is money and effort being saved, but you are
'recycling,' too!.

Dale, kg5u

>Then, after you've received a batch of cards from
>the buro (or whatever), sort these by contest type and date,
look up the
>respective QSOs, find the labels, stick them onto the blank QSLs
>send them off to the buro. Cost involved is minimal: just $5 per
>QSOs, and you save on QSLs by using multiple QSO labels for one
>respective callsign. Every logging program, including CT has a
>printing routine, therefore, no additional cost involved. Since
>print labels only once after each contest, there's no too much
>involved, apart from usual qsling lookup routine. Now, if this
is not
>good enough for you, you're beyond help...
>73 ..... Zoran VA3GW

CQ-Contest on WWW:        http://www.contesting.com/_cq-contest/
Administrative requests:  cq-contest-REQUEST at contesting.com

More information about the CQ-Contest mailing list