[CQ-Contest] CQ Contest Certificates.
steefpa3s at gmail.com
Wed Oct 31 19:56:28 EDT 2012
And if someone did want to have a real certificate, maybe there is a way to
have the opportunity to pay a little amount of money (postage charges?) so
the still send you a certificate.
Even a little fee will make a separation between people who really want to
hang a certificate on the wall, and people who will do noting wit a
2012/10/31 Martin , LU5DX <lu5dx at lucg.com.ar>
> I strongly support your idea Brian!
> Just like in WAE.
> No need for CQ to be buying and sending out tons of paper.
> Also my thoughts anyway.
> Vy 73.
> Martin, LU5DX
> On Wed, Oct 31, 2012 at 6:18 PM, brian coyne <g4odv at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> > On the morning of the ssb contest the mailman delivered two certificates
> > from CQ, always nice to get them. One was for CQWW CW 2011 the other for
> > CQWW SSB 2011.
> > Looking at that mail got me to thinking about the expense incurred by CQ
> > Mag in sending us these for free. Two A4 envelopes two lots of postal
> > charges, the logistics of stuffing the envelopes, taking them to the
> > mailing centre not to mention the task of hand signing them when there
> > be many hundreds if not into the thousand of these certificates for both
> > contests. All businesses benefit from cost reducing measures and CQ
> > organisation is no exception to that.
> > I would venture that the majority of entrants have facilities to print
> > e-certificates, perhaps something could be included in the cabrillo
> > or the soabox to the effect that an e-certificate will be acceptable.
> > Just my thoughts anyway.
> > 73 Brian 5B4AIZ / C4Z.
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