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Connecting with anglers

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White Man 1

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Connecting with anglers

PostThu Apr 13, 2017 9:29 pm

Fishermen make great potential members for our Alliance. The ones that make it out early and stay late tend to have the will and determination we need to keep the Alliance strong.

Out fishing today, I met up with a few gentlemen fishing the Little River, and, since I always carry National Alliance business cards, I was able to direct them effectively to our website.

Internet recruiting may be easy, but the real progress comes face to face!
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David Pringle

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Re: Connecting with anglers

PostFri Apr 14, 2017 8:50 am

Face-to-face is really the only way for true Alliance building. The Internet is great for communicating with the masses, or in forums like this one but the best results come from the slow process of getting to know someone while changing the way they see the world around them.

I've got some cards, maybe tomorrow will be a fishing day.

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