Given the craziness associated with all the various launches of our website, we're running around like crazy trying to handle the traffic so if you've asked for a reply, you may not get one right away (in fact, at the rate we're going, it may be 3-4 years). Despite all that, we are thrilled about the updates we've made to www.mikeroweWORKS.com and invite you to participate in the Water Cooler forum and give us your opinion. Check it out! (Now. Please. Go there right now, look around and let us know what you think.)
Lots of you are sending us ideas and encouragement here to the info@mikeroweworks email address. Some of you are sending personal stories that are right in step with what Mike's trying to do by setting up mikeroweWORKST in the first place. We really appreciate your email and just can't possibly do justice to each and every one of them. BUT - we do happen to know that Mike's personally hopeful that you'll tell those stories and give that feedback in the Work Room (part of the Water Cooler section of the site). He logs on from his laptop (mainly from crummy motel rooms) and reads the comments and feedback as often as possible although maybe not as often as he'd like. He's quite swamped getting the word out there. Good news though - we've taught him how to use a computer so yeah, he can reply all by himself. The best thing you could do would be to keep up the dialogue, help us get the message out to others and contribute to the work and trade discussions going on over there.
mikeroweWORKST exists because of people like you who care about the trades, the infrastructure of our Country and the problems we face with both. Please help Mike's site become a valuable resource and a successful PR campaign for hard work. We seriously can't do it without you.
- the mikeroweWORKST team
P.S. If you have a Dirty Jobs idea or related request (e.g. autographed picture of Mike with mud on his face), please visit the Dirty Jobs website over at Discovery.com. And the Eagle Scout letter information and address is posted in the Work Room section of the Water Cooler at mikeroweWORKS.
I went and sent in a request also Pat. You never know unless you try
You had recently received an e-mail from a Pennsylvania Chapter member of Ford Truck Enthusiasts, Mid-Atlantic region asking if you would be interested in attending our annual meet in Carlisle, Pa. at the All Truck Nationals.
"Hello, my name is Pat Long. I am a big fan of Dirty Jobs and Ford trucks. I
am a member of Ford truck enthusiasts Mid Atlantic region.
Mid-Atlantic Region - Ford Truck Enthusiasts Forums
On behalf of all the members of FTE I would like to invite you to join us at
this years Carlisle PA "All truck nationals"
Carlisle Events All-Truck Nationals. Experience The Cars. The People. The Excitement.
We know your schedule has to be unbelievably busy, but we think you wont
Here is my cell phone# if you have any questions or comments. 814-207-0202
Thank you for your time."
We have posted your response on our site and I have suggested that other members also send you a request. Most of us being fans of your show and Ford trucks, would welcome even a brief appearance at our event. Perhaps you could log into our site and see if you would be interested in thrilling a few fans. I am also including my cell # if you choose to respond. twosixseventhreezerothreeninetwoninethree
Joseph J Lippolis
Past Chapter Leader Pennsylvania
STUFF IS COOL-TORQUE PULLS MORE STUFF- TORQUE IS COOL
Pennsylvania Chapter, Home of the Mid Atlantic Meet JOIN US HERE!
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