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sparcebag

Small town paper FM gets top billing

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Thought I'd post this,It may draw more here with mention

coolhttp://www.wctrib.com/articles/index.cfm?id=45241&section=outdoors,outdoor%20news

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Yea a good article and maybe some other papers will have reprints in their paper also. When the Fargo forum did the article on my Icesaws it was in many papers across the country. We’ll have to see how many new members show up now.

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for those who dont like to copy and paste.

Shawnny how would I do that? insert it as direct click???

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Thanks to Sparcebag for the post, and Shawnny for the ability to read it!! Any advertising is GOOD advertising! Phred52

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