[amsat-bb] Re: fund raising for Fox
kc6uqh at cox.net
Sat Oct 20 16:12:48 PDT 2012
This is a great way to reduce the posts to a quantity approaching "0" Could
AMSAT save money?
From: amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org] On
Behalf Of K4FEG
Sent: Saturday, October 20, 2012 3:46 PM
To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
Subject: [amsat-bb] fund raising for Fox
I propose that AMSAT-NA start charging to post on the BB. My proposal
goes something like this;
to be able to post on the AMSAT-BB, the individual posting must link a
PayPal account or Valid Credit Card that AMSAT-NA can charge each time
that they post on the BB.
The fee schedule would be as follows: Members; $1.00 per post,
Non-members; $1.50 per post, a monthly charge for members of $60.00 per
month for unlimited posts for that month and non-members a monthly
charge $100.00 for the same unlimited monthly posting. Then there could
be an annual charge to members of $500.00 for 1 year of unlimited
postings or for non-members an annual charge of $750.00 for unlimited
Finally we could sell Lifetime Posting Privileges for a one time fee of
$5,000.00 for members and non-members a charge of $7,500.00.
These fee schedules are in line with many of the other organizations and
just think of the funding that could be brought in for launching new
Heck we could have HEO's, MEO's, LEO's and NEO's. There aren't enough
engineering schools in the world to help us build the satellites. In the
last month alone the fees would have funded putting a linear transponder
on the MOON!
This is just one simple man's idea of how we could raise the money to
get us some more Satellites in orbit!!
Heck, we are being charged for everything else why not tap into this
valuable resource and raise some money for a good cause!
And you folks thought it would be tough to raise the money!
The simple ideas are always the best!
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