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Old 12-30-2019, 11:03 PM
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Default U.S. Rockets major announcement 2020

I have had several posts regarding this deleted or censored or killed. I am now wondering why.
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Old 12-31-2019, 08:19 AM
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I have had several posts regarding this deleted or censored or killed. I am now wondering why.

There have been 0 posts that you have started in the Vendors forum concerning US Rockets that have been deleted.

There have been a number of posts you've made in threads that others have started where the OP was not discussing US Rockets where you interjected replies concerning US Rockets that have been deleted. I've told you in the past via PM that I have no problem with you creating your own posts in the Vendors forum to discuss your company's products that you sell. What won't be tolerated is you writing replies in threads created by others where you bring up US Rockets when the OP wasn't discussing US Rockets to begin with.
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Old 01-22-2020, 03:41 PM
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What was the announcement. I didn't see anything on this .
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Old 01-22-2020, 05:32 PM
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Me neither.
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Old 01-22-2020, 08:50 PM
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Jerry,

Iíve said this before. You need a major overhaul to your website. Nobody can find anything. And CAD drawings or line drawings of kits do them no justice. The periodic posts about Saturn 1B kits still being available would really be better served by having a link to a page showing the kit, and pricing.

If you donít want to update the website, try showing some pictures of your products on the various FB Rocketry groups. There are two people I know of selling kits this way, one of them is also selling laser cut parts for kit upgrades, or for custom builds. No websites, just great presence on FB.


Come on, get serious about selling your products!

Not mad, just thinking how much better things could be for your business.
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Old 01-22-2020, 09:09 PM
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Jerry,

Iíve said this before. You need a major overhaul to your website. Nobody can find anything. And CAD drawings or line drawings of kits do them no justice. The periodic posts about Saturn 1B kits still being available would really be better served by having a link to a page showing the kit, and pricing.

If you donít want to update the website, try showing some pictures of your products on the various FB Rocketry groups. There are two people I know of selling kits this way, one of them is also selling laser cut parts for kit upgrades, or for custom builds. No websites, just great presence on FB.


Come on, get serious about selling your products!

Not mad, just thinking how much better things could be for your business.


I agree. Where is the Saturn 1B?
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