[CQ-Contest] Update: [TCG] NAQP SSB Contest - Players wanted by TCG
Ny4n at aol.com
Ny4n at aol.com
Fri Jul 23 10:26:09 EDT 2004
I have been reminded That I left out the date of the contest, my bad.
According to the NCJ,
SSB: 1800Z August 21 to 0600Z August 22, 2004 (Third full weekend in August)
Hope this helps. NY4N Jeff
In a message dated 7/22/2004 11:22:20 PM Central Daylight Time, Ny4n at aol.com
> I know I am a little early with this post, and don't want to steal the
> thunder from Scott and his recruitment for the CW teams, but I wanted to get an
> earlier start and make sure that all that wanted to play for the TCG in the
> NAQP SSB would have the opportunity. Last year we missed some top notch
> operators because I ran late.
> Larry, W0ETC, says it best with the RTTY statement "You only need operate
> 10 of the 12 hours to be a full time player, which gives you time for a break
> with your kids or whoever. If you only want to play for a few hours, great
> join us and get n on the action. Please join us in the fun of NAQP SSB.
> As always, the more players the more fun for all so get on for NAQP SSB
> and join in the excitement of ring on a team! As always no matter what you
> intentions for the contest, your station, or where you live. No matter what, if
> you'd like to play on a team you are welcome to play with TCG". (of course,
> I changed it to SSB from RTTY) hi hi).
> Please take a few minutes in the next few weeks and see if you would be
> interested in playing with the TCG. I understand that the CW contest is first,
> and will be here before you know it. Scott, W4PA, is putting together the CW
> teams for the TCG and would love to sign you up also. His e-mail address is
> listed as W4PA at yahoo.com.
> If interested in the SSB portion, send me a e-mail at NY4N at aol.com, and
> also CC to TCG at k4ro.net. Also, try to figure how much time you can spend. An
> easier way to calculate you operating time might be to use the 1-10 system.
> Say, for example, if you can operate the entire 10 hours, your number
> would be 10. If you only had three hours to spare, your number would be a 3. Of
> course, It is just an estimate, and you are free to operate as much or as
> little as you wish.
> Please understand, the TCG puts "having fun" and Improving skills as two
> of many objectives to its existence. Let me say now, you are most welcome to
> play with us, no matter how long you can spare or your location. I am looking
> forward to hearing from you. 73 NY4N
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