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Additional Prize Give-A-Way
#1
Good Day All!

There will be an additional "prize award" to the general Member who is the first to correctly respond to this week's Weekly Fun Question.

VIP Member and Site Supporter "Goodnigh" has indicated his desire to donate an extra NIB timing light to be awarded to the "winner" of the exercise. GREAT gesture, Mike!

Mike has requested that the eligibility to "win" the timing light be limited to general Members, so this prize is for the "regular" WFQ (sorry VIP WFQ Members) exercise.

Please take this as a "heads up" for the exercise which will be posted "sometime" on Saturday, June 8, 2013.

Here is a link to the timing light that is being awarded.

http://www.equus.com/Product/3555

THANKS again, Mike for your generosity!

BT

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#2
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Kudos to Mike and a great looking timing light. I think I will renounce my VIP membership! Big Grin



Mike AKA Ole Pony & Rare Pony

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#3
Nice job Mike, that a very nice Timing light.

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Iyman
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#4
Great incentive to participate. Way to go Mike
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#5
Totally awesome Mike! However I suggest the question have no mention of chickens or eggs or the timing of the eggs. Tongue

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#6
Don65Stang;128294 Wrote:Totally awesome Mike! However I suggest the question have no mention of chickens or eggs or the timing of the eggs. Tongue

LOL Don are you making this question??

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#7
Good job, Mike.

I highly recommend all general members participate in this week's Weekly Fun Question. Not only is it a lot of fun, it's free! Cool

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#8
WOW! That is notching the bar up a mile or two with that prize! BIG shout out to Mike for that great donation. I may join anonymously as a newbie just to get in on that. That is a great idea to offer up a prize. It would be neat to make that part of an ongoing thing that could move each month to a different memberto provide the prize. The forum could set a top limit on the amount and what the items should generally be ( car related or not ). Just a thought, but I still think it is great of Mike to offer that up.

BKDunha
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#9
As others have mentioned - Big thanks to Mike (Goodnigh) for making this donation.
-Wishing all the participating members the best of luck! This will be like trying to be the winning bidder on ebay - actually just the oposite as members are ready to submit just as the question appears!

Again GOOD LUCK!

Ray

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#10
Well, there goes any chance I had of being productive on saturday

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