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Old 17th April 2010, 11:16 PM
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Personally I do not forsee Haynes having a problem with the name Haynes Roadster Club !!

After all that is the logo in the book & also the name designated for the Roadster.

Provided the club do not sully the Haynes brand I am sure they would willingly support the formation of such a club

Subscription may be a little low at 5 .... Admin costs can certainly add up quickly & it would be nice to fund a basic web domain dedicated to the club.
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Old 17th April 2010, 11:20 PM
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roc.org.uk is already taken....
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Old 17th April 2010, 11:21 PM
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Personally I do not forsee Haynes having a problem with the name Haynes Roadster Club !!

After all that is the logo in the book & also the name designated for the Roadster.

Provided the club do not sully the Haynes brand I am sure they would willingly support the formation of such a club

Subscription may be a little low at 5 .... Admin costs can certainly add up quickly & it would be nice to fund a basic web domain dedicated to the club.
I totally agree with you Ronnie, with regard the "Haynes" brand connection, but would need to contact Haynes themselves to confirm,

Also agree regarding a subscription fee, but thru this thread and the forum membership a figure could be agreed to .

I know just the man with regard the domain thingy......he,s on this forum & already has a related domain name, I just didn,t want to name him without his input on this thread

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Old 17th April 2010, 11:25 PM
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haynesroadster.org.uk is available....
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Old 17th April 2010, 11:30 PM
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nice work TT

if the other domain related name that i,ve mentioned above isn,t available then that one you suggest maybe the one to go for

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what is it?

I can check availability...

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p.s. about 6 for two years registration BTW.. Not sure on hosting costs as I only register domains for work or homw which have their own webservers.


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what is it?

I can check availability...

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I don,t know the full name of the domain, but it belongs to a forum member who is active on here so i,m sure he,ll be along soon to give his input, sorry if that seems a little unhelpful, i,m just trying to be respectful to that forum member & give him the oppurtunity to comment on this thread.

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I'm in......

Were's me T shirt and sticker????
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Sounds like a plan guys, count me in but not for any committee posts please. My own website is hosted through a company called Streamline and I pay about 50 for two years, I've actually got several websites through them and in five years with them I've had no problems at all. http://www.streamline.net/

I'd suggest 10 a year for the subs as any less just isn't going to cover admin costs. It will help immensely if committee members are close geographically, We used to run a car club in the nineties and the committee was spread around quite a bit, Chairman in Sheffield, us in Telford, Treasurer in Cheshire, committee members in Bath, Leicester and Sunderland. It made committee meetings difficult to organise.

Personally I don't think there is any need for a paper newsletter, we're all here on the interwebby thing so it could be done as a pdf file and sent out by e-mail. If no-one else steps up for the job I'll put my hand up for newsletter editor as I've done this sort of stuff before. My son can design websites and we can handle regular updates if the material comes in from other members.

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