AeroTech Information Release 12-6-05

AeroTech Information Release

12/6/05

Level 1 Promotion Offer

In cooperation with Dr. Rocket and Rouse-Tech, AeroTech is offering a special combination package to NAR and Tripoli Level 1 certification customers, available only through its authorized high-power RMSĀ dealer network.

The combination package part #29L1P includes one H128W-M reload kit and one specially-marked RMS-29/180 reloadable motor hardware for the low price of only $19.95. This offer is for individuals seeking Level 1 certification only, and customers must present their Level 1 paperwork to the dealer prior to purchase.

Quantities are limited, and no selection of hardware color or manufacturer may be made. Depending on the success of the program, AeroTech may choose to expand availability or extend the length of this promotion.

AeroTech wishes to thank Dr. Rocket and Rouse-Tech for their participation in this special offer.

AeroTech Consumer Aerospace is a division of RCS Rocket Motor Components, Inc., Cedar City, UT.

Reply to
Gary C. Rosenfield
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how about a level 2 offer ?

Reply to
BigRockets

Does this apply for rocketeers outside the USA?

Reply to
matt vk3zmw

Reply to
W. E. Fred Wallace

^^^^^

ROFL

Reply to
Jerry Irvine

In article E_dmf.15347$ snipped-for-privacy@news-server.bigpond.net.au, matt vk3zmw at snipped-for-privacy@nospam.ever wrote on 12/9/05 4:36 AM:

Not at this time.

Gary

Reply to
Gary C. Rosenfield

In article snipped-for-privacy@g47g2000cwa.googlegroups.com, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com at snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote on 12/8/05 8:37 PM:

We'll see how this promotion goes first.

Gary

Reply to
Gary C. Rosenfield

Hey nosig, what's so funny?

Reply to
Dave Grayvis

In article snipped-for-privacy@corp.supernews.com, Jerry Irvine at snipped-for-privacy@gte.net wrote on 12/9/05 8:32 AM:

Good morning Jerry.

I agree, let's bring GROWTH back to the hobby.

I was speaking with the owner of a well-known east coast hobby distributor yesterday and he feels that the entire hobby industry is in decline. He thinks that manufacturers and dealers (and I would add distributors) should be promoting the hobby industry like the milk producers, orange growers and meat industries do, i.e. with wide-distribution TV and print advertisements (got milk, eat more beef, etc.).

Are you a member of the Hobby Manufacturers Association (HMA)? We pay $600/yr membership dues, it seems like some of that money could fund such a campaign. I'm going to contact the HMA and see what their plans are.

Gary

Reply to
Gary C. Rosenfield

Succesful plans do not need them. Flyrocketsnow.com could most effectively be morphed into that effort. Or a simple co-op. I encourage it. I have interesting TV ad buy contracts that could be "added-on" to, to get marginally lower rates.

I hear your son does video now.

Remember when I said HD everything?

Odd we are not having this conversation directly?

Oh, and as for the general rocket market decline, I told you so. In advance. I STILL have real solutions at the ready.

Congrats on your LUR product Gary.

Jerry

Reply to
Jerry Irvine

Hmmm..... Higher gas prices... higher cost of living all around. Smaller or no Job raises....

Lets all give a big thanks to Prez. Bush!

Reply to
Tim S.

Hobbies are COUNTER-cyclical to the economy.

LOW unemployment LOW interet rates HIGH productivity increaes HIGH GDP growth.

Note however our economy is far more polarized than ever.

Jerry

Reply to
Jerry Irvine

Of course it's all Bush's fault. Except the stuff that happened under Clinton, like the stock market collapse. But that was in anticipation of it being Bush's fault.

I read somewhere that political debate in this country used to be about issues, not people. It seems like the primary "issue" is how some people personally HATE Bush. No constructive ideas of how to improve things, just NOT HIM. Sad.

It's ironic that the generation of "Love" has become the generation of hate.

Merry Christmas all.

Reply to
Alex Mericas

Now Kurdt, no need to be harsh..

Gas prices? Yeah, we can't drill new wells, or build new refineries in our own country, but we still need to drive our 14mpg SUV's...

But we don't want a "war for oil"... And we have a constitutional right to have gas at less than $2 a gallon, and we'll all go ballistic, and scream GOUGING when it's not. So somebody (not me, of course) better fix this quick... It's not fair.

Heating costs? Well, even though we saw it coming in July, God forbid that we actually *do* anything about it. It would take too much time out of our social lives. Now, natural gas is hitting $16MCF, and it's just *too* much, and I feel that the government *owes* me natural gas at $8MCF... It's my _right_... And it's NOT my fault that I use so much gas... It's somebody elses fault...

We *need* to reduce our dependancy on foriegn oil. Nuclear? Nope. Coal? Nope. Drilling new oil wells? Nope. New refineries? Nope.

Those are somebody elses problems, and you better get them fixed right quick, 'cause it's my _right_ to have everything I want now, cheap, and quick, and if that doesn't happen... it's not fair...

And, it's *that* other guy's fault, not mine...

tah

Reply to
hiltyt

Now see, that wasn't really so hard, now was it?

Reply to
Dave Grayvis

"Lay blame, and move forward!"

And, it's your fault BTW, Grave!

At least today...

tah

Reply to
hiltyt

No, wait, you forgot wind farms!

Oh, but they damned well better not be in MY back yard, or where I have to look at 'em!

-Kevin

Reply to
Kevin Trojanowski

Not to mention the fact that they are detrimental to bat colonies.

Reply to
Alex Mericas

So that's why the price of bat guano has been skyrocketing!

Reply to
Dave Grayvis

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