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Old 16 January 2014, 16:15   #51
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We could take bets on who will be the one at the front of Scooby.

1 Matt h
2 Matt h
3 Matt h
4 Matt h
5 Matt h
6 Matt h
7 Matt h
8 Matt h
9 Matt h

Or finally

Matt h?

Matt's plan...arrive, open throttle (fully), jump waves, close throttle, recover boat on trailer.
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Old 16 January 2014, 16:24   #52
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Wow, 12 small ribs booked in already. Do any of team scooby have any bright ideas regarding fund raising (as that is what this is all about) ?
on a personal note I am assured of a little sponsorship from a cabling company
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Old 16 January 2014, 16:37   #53
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Eeeek team scooby is growing.. money raising i love the t shirt idea ,i m thinking of a few designs and have had a printer reccommended by a mate. Im thinking i might try to get a few c listed celebs to wear them and get them photographed maybe then try for some small time corporate sponsorship i.e. my employers local chandlelers etc.. the race actually coincides with coventry s race for life so may fly a pink flag.. good to see so many people involved in such an emotive project and any ideas kindly taken on board
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Old 16 January 2014, 17:07   #54
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We could take bets on who will be the one at the front of Scooby.

1 Matt h
2 Matt h
3 Matt h
4 Matt h
5 Matt h
6 Matt h
7 Matt h
8 Matt h
9 Matt h

Or finally

Matt h?

Matt's plan...arrive, open throttle (fully), jump waves, close throttle, recover boat on trailer.
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Old 16 January 2014, 18:25   #55
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Hey dudes, can you check this for me?

This is to help you raise money if you want to via friends and family etc, but all money should be paid into our JustGiving Account which is on the sponsor form

You don't have to return the completed form.
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Old 16 January 2014, 18:47   #56
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Hey dudes, can you check this for me?

This is to help you raise money if you want to via friends and family etc, but all money should be paid into our JustGiving Account which is on the sponsor form

You don't have to return the completed form.
Most people i know will pay direct to this linky page 1 would be good for some hard forms to extort work colleagues im all for transparancy and believe the effort from the ribnet community will be outstanding ! keep up the good work fella
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Old 16 January 2014, 18:58   #57
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Most people i know will pay direct to this linky page 1 would be good for some hard forms to extort work colleagues im all for transparancy and believe the effort from the ribnet community will be outstanding ! keep up the good work fella


I've also managed to shorten the link down:

http://www.justgiving.com/Rib-net
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Old 17 January 2014, 01:58   #58
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I've also managed to shorten the link down:

Rib. net is fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support
nice work Alex
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Old 17 January 2014, 03:04   #59
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Wibs Avon 4.5 suzuki 50hp 4
Portland Phil Apex 4.5 yamaha 30hp 2
Trevor Lawson Valiant 4.5 Mercury 60hp 2
PeterM Avon 4m 50hp Yamaha 4
Bingosucks Avon sr4 yamaha 50hp 2
NeilH Yamaha 480 yamaha 50hp 2
Bucksribster Avon 5.6 Yamaha 100hp 4
Chris.Moody Avon sr4 Yamaha 40hp 2
Xs 400 XS 4m Yamaha 30hp 2
Chris Caton Avon sr4 Honda 50hp 4
Allena Ribeye 4.8 Yamaha 60hp 2
Budgie1 to be advised!
matth probably sold it by then
lakelandterrier ribcraft 5.3 Suzuki 100hp 4
I'm tempted to add my name to the list, but having the smallest Rib (at 3.5 m) could be embarassing!

(It's not the size but what you do with it)
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Old 17 January 2014, 06:44   #60
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I've also managed to shorten the link down:

Rib. net is fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support
It was our idea to run two 8.0 m's on the trip (10 passengers on each) and donate 100% of the fees for all places filled, as well as 'pass a bucket around' on the day. Does anyone have any problem with that ?
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