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    Question Expiration Dates...

    Members,

    We’ve been informed by many of you that the membership expiration date we print in the address box on the back cover of your ESSES pretty much goes unnoticed… in fact on many occasions I’ve reminded many that’s the easiest/fastest way to find out that date.

    We’ve also realized that what it takes for our printer to print that individual date is a big, expensive, and more over timely step that we’re not sure is noticed by the majority of our membership. Especially now that a great number of you are on our auto-pay system.. (thank you)

    So, we'd like your feedback as to the utility of that expiration date on the back or your ESSES…

    Either comment here or back to me at:
    cmiller14@socal.rr.com

    Thanks,
    The ESR
    Chuck Miller
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    I believe some sort of notification is necessary but it needn't be this way, I believe email notification works best.
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    I'll bet it could be setup so when you logged into the forum you'd get a (rather annoying) flashing/blinking message indicator to remind you to renew. PM/email works
    found my hotrod motor, close enough, but still looking for 2.4 case 6121622 72 911t

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    Just using PCA as a reference and counterpoint, would it be possible to send an invoice each year via snail mail?
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    All things considered Peter...
    Chuck Miller
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    ’15 GTI – Commuter

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