Re: [ukpbm] re. Mark's list of potential MSO contacts
- In message <003701c0cc1e$9a94c4a0$5a44073e@alexbard>, Alex Bardy
>23rd April 2001As I believe Mark has mentioned elsewhere, he regularly provides me with
> I couldn't help thinking that surely Mark Stretch's MSO list of prospective
>postal games players as mentioned in Digests 272 & 273 could be used as a kind
>of 'bombing run' for Postal Games Starter Packs - nothing too drastic, just a
>short note/leaflet about the postal games hobby, a suitably short note
>apologising for invading their privacy but at the same time noting their
>interest in playing boardgames from their attendance at the MSO, and about 3 or
>4 sample zines (preferably including a few that have got some postal rules in
>them). Also, if you can get a stack of rulebooks from Richard Smith (his
>excellent 52-page SMEG rulebook), perhaps these should be included in the
>package as well.
names and addresses of "faces" from the MSO and they have all received
the Hobby starter pack.
> How much is this going to cost John Harrington? I've no idea to be honest,I'm happy to swallow the cost of such things. I reckon I get over £100
>but if you give me a vague idea, John, I'll bung you up to £20 to help pay for
>some of the mailing costs. My email address is alex@... and if you
>provide me with the list, I'll ensure they're sent a copy of the next Waiting
>List Update as soon as it's out too (I'm putting one together for Mango #25
>which is about two months away).
worth of free zines a year as a result of running Mission From God so
such expenses merely offset the perks.
> Anything else I can do to help, just ask?Well, you could stop using the word "methinks" quite so prodigiously in
your zine but apart from that you are doing a top-hole job, methinks.
>Just the review will be fine. I can get the editors themselves to do
> On a separate note John - I'll send you a batch of reviews for inclusion in
>the next Mission From God if you want, but do you want me to list the games
>played, waiting lists open, etc. bits as well? Not a big deal, but just wanted
the laborious bit.
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