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Old 12-25-2017, 02:23 PM   #1
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Who do you know now?

How many of you gals and guys have ran into another member here and was it mostly by chance or did you arrange to be somewhere and make a blind camping trip out of it?
How did it work out? Was there enough common interests between ya'll to make for a great camping arrangement.

I ask because I throw caution to the wind most of the time in my life and fear or consider the worst case scenarios.

All In all I do enjoy being very social and enjoy meeting new people. And to "run into" a website member would be pretty cool.

Does this site have a decal or cling or bumper sticker that would be a symbol somewhere on our rigs to Identify us as Keystone RV Forum regulars? If so where do we order them? If Not How do most of you feel about a small tag?
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Old 12-25-2017, 02:57 PM   #2
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Brenda and I met and had lunch with Sourdough (Danny) and his lovely bride Susan a few weeks ago in Tallahassee. We would be glad to drive out of our way to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee with any of the members on this site. Just ask and it's a done deal.
Edit: Presently located in Clewiston, Florida at the Okeechobee RV Park.
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Old 12-25-2017, 03:21 PM   #3
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Brenda and I met and had lunch with Sourdough (Danny) and his lovely bride Susan a few weeks ago in Tallahassee. We would be glad to drive out of our way to sit and enjoy a cup of coffee with any of the members on this site. Just ask and it's a done deal.

Be careful!! Next time I run up the hill, your invited.
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Old 12-25-2017, 03:22 PM   #4
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One way to make this happen is to post where you are going, when that will be, and that you'd love to meet up if it works.

Maybe we need a separate section for members to post this to make it easier.
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Old 12-25-2017, 03:34 PM   #5
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Very often, when we see another Keystone family member at a campsite, we'll introduce ourselves and then discuss our trailers. I usually ask if they are members of the forum; amazingly, not one yet has known of it - but they do now.

I like the sticker idea. Maybe there could be a contest judged by the moderators, then someone would have to figure out how to get them printed. Is there a web-based outfit that would do this on demand? That would eliminate any up-front costs for anyone.

Just saw CTBruce's post; that's a good idea, too.
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Old 12-26-2017, 07:13 PM   #6
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Who do you know now?

I have also asked a lot of Keystone owners if they know about the forum. Iíve yet to find someone that did before I told them. Letís all keep the word going and sooner or later weíll start running into other members. I like the sticker idea too.


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Old 12-27-2017, 02:52 AM   #7
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As far as the Sticker, We did this with our Dodge truck club. It was best considered to give the group a name. This way it didn't look like we wanted people to check out a Dodge web site. We were the New Jersey Rams on our Decal. Of course with the website.

For instance we could do something in the lines of "The Keystone Nomads" www.keystoneforums.com. With a crafty design on a "bumper sticker" that gets placed on the front tongue section so it can be seen by campground walkers would be a great way to find a fellow web siters or get someone asking that has a Keystone product. Who knows?
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Old 12-27-2017, 05:41 AM   #8
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Just for grins I did a quick web search for bumper sticker printing. There is a local shop (closed for holidays) which I can check out, but another on-line firm had 4 color/UV-resistant 4 mil came out to be anywhere from $0.60 each for 100 6"X3" to $0.98 each for 100 9"X3" or 100 11"X3" (prices include the printing and shipping; not sure about tax). No one I spotted does individual on-demand printing (minimum quantities are required). Then whomever decides to manage the process will have to add the cost of their shipping (maybe $1 for postage and a rigid shipping envelope). Who knows what local business codes require (a license, etc?) so some investigation would be required on that end, which might bump the price per sticker up more.

Not that I'm volunteering ... I was just curious as to what it would cost.

Earlzach, what was your experience with this?
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Old 12-27-2017, 06:03 AM   #9
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Just for grins I did a quick web search for bumper sticker printing. There is a local shop (closed for holidays) which I can check out, but another on-line firm had 4 color/UV-resistant 4 mil came out to be anywhere from $0.60 each for 100 6"X3" to $0.98 each for 100 9"X3" or 100 11"X3" (prices include the printing and shipping; not sure about tax). No one I spotted does individual on-demand printing (minimum quantities are required). Then whomever decides to manage the process will have to add the cost of their shipping (maybe $1 for postage and a rigid shipping envelope). Who knows what local business codes require (a license, etc?) so some investigation would be required on that end, which might bump the price per sticker up more.

Not that I'm volunteering ... I was just curious as to what it would cost.

Earlzach, what was your experience with this?
We had window decals $5.00 each but for this to work out I think a bumper sticker on the front tow rail door side would be a prime location to find site friends or attract the buzz.. Just need something that identifies and shows the web address. Plies something universal that we all don't mind puting on out trailers.

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Old 12-27-2017, 06:03 AM   #10
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Group decals, In the other group (other brand) we belonged they had a club decal that was placed on the front and rear of the RV depicting the club name Logo and members #. this was a fast way of identifying the group members, even on the road could be identified.
In Waco tx there is a sign co. that can make or reproduce decals for rv's
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