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  1. #11
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    Oh...I'm not denying that. I feel that with my experience( ) I 'm qualified to to speak out when I see fellow looney's wandering adrift!

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    Arrow How to join our club

    Quote Originally Posted by oscar
    If I may chime in, WHERE does one sign up?

    Oscar, glad you asked. Go to the website www.roversclub.org and follow the prompts to sign up and pay $25.00 USD via paypal ($516.00 Canadian). It is very important that you submit a shipping address on your payment, otherwise you will just be making a donation to a club you don't belong to. Once I receive your payment, I mail out your welcome letter and two stickers, the official club emblem and a roversclub.org window banner. You are then added to the mailing list spreadsheet that Galen and I share for newsletters and postcards. You also get a free t-shirt as a new member, but that you will receive at an official club event from yours truly. Robesonia is the next official club event on April 15th. Hope to see many new people there!
    Jason

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    Don't do like I did and blindly send the club money. They take it as a good will gesture from the U.N.
    "Professional Driver on closed course-Do Not Attempt"
    The journey of a thousand miles begins with a dead battery.

    '96 Discovery w/redneck lift, '04 Discovery (Sold, I almost cried, ALOT!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jason
    Once I receive your payment, I mail out your welcome letter and two stickers, the official club emblem and a roversclub.org window banner. ..... You also get a free t-shirt as a new member, but that you will receive at an official club event from yours truly.
    Jason -- I never got anything either.. no letter, no stickers, no tshirt! Just newsletters, which I do enjoy though. I've been a member for 2-3 years.

    -Ryan

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    Yeah so when can I expect my shirt? Been around here now for what 4 years?

  6. #16
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    Actually, new members started getting free t-shirts after last years picnic. That's went Jason decided to make new members get that warm and fuzzy feeling after parting with their money.

    If you use PayPal, there should be an address, but as always yell and scream if you don't get something. Our shipping department is free labor.....
    1966 109 SW The Short Bus

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    The nice people in the white coats guided me to a secure terminal and I paid our pal....... I am now camped out by the mail box in the hope that the postal worker will look at the sender on the package, have some kindness in his heart, and not throw it in the creek with all my other stuff.......

    BTW, on a UK site that I visit, in true British Class oriented fashion, it shows who is, and is not a member in the name/avatar field.... guess we don't doodat here?
    1964 SII-a 88" NAS "Hannibal"
    My loverly bride:"I said ROLLER not ROVER."

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    I'm not afraid to show my name! Ryan, when you first joined the club, I wasn't in charge of membership. Next time I see you, I'll dole out a few stickers. I was a little curious why your beautiful Disco wasn't representing.

    Oscar and Rob, you should be getting your stuff shortly. New member free t-shirts are available in person at club events.

  9. #19
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    Can't help but feel that I opened up a can of worms here. Hope the powers that be forgive me and don't send me looking for imaginary special LR tools at Robesonia when somebodies truck breaks.
    "Professional Driver on closed course-Do Not Attempt"
    The journey of a thousand miles begins with a dead battery.

    '96 Discovery w/redneck lift, '04 Discovery (Sold, I almost cried, ALOT!)
    Captincvmn@verizon.net

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    Didn't realize Robesonia was happening in time.... will be working....
    1964 SII-a 88" NAS "Hannibal"
    My loverly bride:"I said ROLLER not ROVER."

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