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Old 03-03-2005, 09:20 AM
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Approved CLUB FTE Wallet Cards?

In thinking over what could be the most useful in attracting people "in real life" to FTE and our chapters - one of the biggies that hit me was to just have some kind of business card that I could hand people, with the Club name, my username, the web address, and maybe some kind of a slogan on it.

I thought about scaling down my old membership card - but it ain't in my wallet for some reason.

I'm thinking then, of generating a Tenn Chapter wallet card to print out, and will run it through channels for approval by our illustrious Grand Poohbah KPayne...

Does anyone already have a design out for something like this?


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Old 08-01-2005, 04:47 AM
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You mean like this

http://www.ford-trucks.com/clipart/f...tters_card.pdf


Just found that link on the home page.
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Something like a business card for the local chapters might be easier than spotters cards. I would be more inclined to read a card handed to me than one I found on the windshield.
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They are already there. Just put your mouse on the members drop down box at the top of the page, then click on spotter's cards. Ken put these up and they are formatted for using business card stock and your printer. Then you can hand them out as needed. I agree handing someone a card is more enticing then sticking it under the wiper.

parks911 has also posted direct link above in his reply.
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It also beats the daylights out of something scribbled on a matchbook cover or a napkin....
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Dutch you asked about this on Mar 3 /2005.
Business card stock or little pieces of paper are easily lost.

I posted this for a cheaper means of users promoting the site.

http://www.clubfte.com/users/mil1ion/FTEIntrobest.png

It's considered a personal invitation from you an FTE user.

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BOTH of those are a really good answer!

(I didn't know about the spotters cards)

Dennis's card points out something most people will think about when a site for a vehicle is suggested too though:

There are a lot of them out there, but many of them don't really do much for anybody. FTE does!

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Speaking from over 3 years experience promoting FTE,these are some things that people should know.

It is against the law & is considered rude to place something on someone's vehicle.
FTE doesn't want anything to do with this procedure.

Don't touch or put anything on anyones truck

The Invitation sheet I came up with is a hand to hand flyer after a verbal discussion has taken place with someone.

This way the paper doesn't get trashed (wasted) on a hand out as a opposed to a hand over invitation to a stanger that is really intertested.
If I run out of invitations,I tell them go to a computer & type in Fordtrucks.com.
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