Please get ready for TARA's 9th - PSK Rumble - "The Spring Wake-Up" coming up on April 19, 2003, starting at 00:00z until 24:00z. This contest is proudly sponsored by the Troy Amateur Radio Association of Troy, NY -- the same club that first introduced PSK contesting to the "World" some years ago. That's right...TARA was the very first organization to bring you PSK contesting and it just keeps getting bigger and better!
Since that first TARA Rumble there have been a number of other clubs/organizations that have introduce their spin on the TARA Rumble and we're quite flattered! But if you want to try the "Real Rumble" come join us in April, you'll be glad you did!
For a complete copy of the "Official Rules" for this Rumble, or the one held in October - "The Fall Classic" you want to visit the Home Page for Ernie Mills, WM2U - "Digital World" at http://www.qsl.net/wm2u/ Also, you'll find a complete run down on scores from prior TARA Rumbles.
Another, first for TARA was the introduction of our "O.S.S.S." On-line Score Submission System that Ernie Mills, WM2U first introduced a couple year's ago. You will find this the quickest & easiest way to submit your Rumble score. No longer do you have to print your logs and mail them out via snail mail, simply go on-line at http://www.qsl.net/wm2u/ and in a matter of minutes your score will be submitted! No wonder these other clubs and organizations have copied this system....it's fantastic!! Come check it out and see what you think. I think you'll quickly see why TARA is a leader in Digital Communications and contesting in the 21st Century.
If you need ANY additional help feel free to contact the creator of TARA Rumble, Ernie Mills, WM2U, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Bill Eddy, NY2U at email@example.com
Thank You! Bill Eddy, NY2U President of Troy ARA
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