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1,000 Member Drive!

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UTVBOARD has been up for a few years now and thanks to our loyal members, this site has grown at a slow but steady pace. We're at 830 members as I write this thread!

It would be great to reach the milestone of 1,000 registered members. Can you help UTVBOARD branch out and spread the word!

We'll keep this thread open until we reach that magic number. You are free to comment and tell us how your spreading the word to help us get to 1,000 members.

Thanks for participating in our UTV Community! :D

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99 bottles of beer on the wall, 99 bottles for beer, LOL !

You will get there.

rocmoc n AZ

We will get there!

902 and counting....

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Getting there. Any idea to know which number I was?

It's difficult to be exact, but I looked in the database and you were somewhere around # 170-175. You joined: 20 October 2008 - 02:26 PM

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You will be throwing us a party when that number is reached,correct???(LOL)

Sure...I'll post some balloons up... :D

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