AnswerID: 119942 Submitted: Tuesday, Jul 12, 2005 at 12:15
Member - iMusty (VIC)
Same as above.
Real professional looking.
A few typos i.e. Commars and full-stops used together. But I wrote marketing letters & copy for a crust for a few years so my eye is pretty good.
Good pic of tyre changing. I wouldn't know how to change the carcus on the bus.
Friendly looking. Family-ish. Welcoming.
Would not hesitate to spend money with your club
. It has no rat-bag element on the site.
Would be happy to bring Heidi to an event even not knowing the people.
Take a bow.
Going back now for another look.
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FollowupID: 375011 Submitted:
Tuesday, Jul 12, 2005 at 13:46
Truckster (Vic) posted:
yea after lookin at it for weeks straight, ya tend to miss most of the errors....
had a few people 'proof read' it, but mrs al missed them all... OOps, didnt mean to put the foot in it there...
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FollowupID: 375012 Submitted:
Tuesday, Jul 12, 2005 at 13:51
Al & Mrs Al (Vic) posted:
sheez I was just checking colours and links...hahahaha..didn't know you wanted me to proof read it..LOL
good job Trucky :))
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FollowupID: 375020 Submitted:
Tuesday, Jul 12, 2005 at 14:51
Member - iMusty (VIC) posted:
I know what you mean Truckster.
We'd proof read and proof read. Print direct mail sometimes 500 letters would go out. thats nearly $1500 when you include envelopes paper stamps time and blah blah. Then someone would say "did you know there's a typo here?".
A trick is to read out loud. I mean actually mouth the words. Ya feel like a dork at first but it is amzingly effective.
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