[CQ-Contest] CQWW results
N7MAL at CITLINK.NET
Tue Aug 2 07:50:24 EDT 2005
Ed you said:""I don't subscribe to CQ mag, so I never know how I do. Has the contest become a marketing ploy for subscriptions?""
Well if that is their plan it's not working very well, at least by me. I gave up years ago. I still participate in their contests and submit my logs but that's it. A month, or so, ago I received a Certificate from a 2002 contest. It took 3 years to get here. (I'll bet it only takes them 3 minutes to cash a subscription , or advertiser's, check)
If I get a Certificate from them fine but from my point of view I'm supporting fellow contesters by participating in a CQ Contest not CQ Magazine.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Ed K1EP
To: Simon Pearson ; Art RX9TX
Cc: cq-contest at contesting.com
Sent: Monday, August 01, 2005 21:17
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] CQWW results
At 8/1/2005 09:44 AM, Simon Pearson wrote:
>Art, RX9TX wrote:
>> number of received logs, 2005:
>> Russian DX - 2579 (+570 logs this year, and this number increases
>> CQWW SSB - 4092
>> Wonder how long will it take for RusDX to overcome CQWW numbers :)
>Another couple of years, and I'm sure the number of logs received in
>the Russian DX contest will have overtaken the number of logs
>received in CQWW. And that will be *great* to see! :)
>Personally, I love Russian DX. There are so many mults to be had, so
>much activity, high rates for the entire contest (even from G! ;))
>and the principles within the RDXC committee totally beats that of
Not only that, you receive a rather nice color booklet with all the scores and data, your UBN data is emailed directly to you, and you receive an invitation by email to enter the contest the following year. I don't subscribe to CQ mag, so I never know how I do. Has the contest become a marketing ploy for subscriptions?
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