From: M. Squicciarini (skitch@NADC.NADC.NAVY.MIL)
The following is the text of a postcard I received last week. It
announced a new magazine that maybe of interest to the group. I
have posted this FYI and standard disclaimers apply.
In the past, on at least one occasion, we have enjoyed
a QSO together (ed. I checked my logs and we QSOed in 1988 QRP).
I am writing to you because I want to tell you about a new ham
magazine which I am about to launch. It's designed especially
for the hams who like to build their own equipment and antennas,
whether from kits or "scratch-built", even modifications to
existing rigs. It's called Hambrew, and we are getting a great
response to the idea from hams all over the country! "It's just
what we need," I hear again and again.
I hope you will c'mon aboard and try a $20 yearly
subscription now. You'll like Hambrew - it's a quarterly by hams,
for hams, not sold in stores.
If you order before November 1, 1993, I'll throw in a free
bonus extra copy as a thank you for helping us get off the ground:
five issues for the price of four.
We've even go an "800" number to make ordereing easy for
Visa and MC holders: Call now and say "Hello"! 1-800-5-HAM RIG.
Warm Regards and 73,
George De Grazio, WF0K (ex KB0AHD, N0IHS)
I ordered the magazine and when I get my first issue I'll review it.
73 -- marty -- nr3z email@example.com
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