We have a little under a week to decide what we submit to the MYA for inclusion into the 2010 Yearbook.
I thought I'd place this here in the paid members area so you can share your comments.
In the Yearbook there is a little section for each Class Associaion to introduce themselves and provide a contact. Last year our section was filled in by the editors as we wern't informed of the deadline.
The area is quite small so we need to keep the information short and sharp. My first stab is as follows,
David - I've not included you on the list above as your publish number does not seem to work - can you let us know your updated details.
We also want to place a full page add in the yearbook promoting the Class. Again we need to make the add as punchy as possible and the trouble is we probably have far more to say about the Class and boat than we can possibly get on a one page advert so the question is what do we say? I thought this was going to be easy but I'm finding it far hard than I expected. Areas I wanted to cover are, in no particular order;
A little over 1/2 mt long - small enough to fit in the car fully rigged Ready to race for as little as £250 Competitive right out of the box. Quality German manufactured kit Simple Class rule Fastest growing Class in the UK if not the world 18 active National Class Associations The best online support of any Class Local, National and International competition. Fun