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Forum Moderators Wanted

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Are you a moderator on another forum? Interested in becoming a moderator? Do you love UTVs? We are extending an invitation to members who are interested in becoming moderators here on UTVBOARD.

Requirements:

1. Stay active weekly in the forum

2. Move topics started into correct forums if incorrectly placed

3. Change topic titles as needed to make them more relevant for searches

4. Help fellow members with forum posting and adhere to guidelines

5. Help the general flow of the forum and reply to topics that are not moving

Anyone interested, please PM or reply to this topic.

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