Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by NL7W, Jul 6, 2016.
This is a old or zombie thread a former Wisconsinite (not me) resurrected.
Zombies never really die, do they?
AES isn’t dead, as long as we remember it.
Because it’s there.
That, he was. Terry had an actual crown that he kept in his office.
Terry Sterman, W9DIA Proprietor
Ray Grenier, K9KHW Mgr. Mail Order Sales
Would you believe 1869 ???
That's how far back goes the history of Amateur Radio. It's the year Hiram Percy Maxim was born. Big 9-day celebration, starting next month:
Oh, so now you're going to blame the old man?
Blaming the OM for AES should warrant a wouf honging, at least.
First bought stuff from their Clearwater, FL store and later from the Orlando location after the Clearwater store closed. I lived about 30 miles from Clearwater and always liked visiting the store. There was always lots of cool radio stuff to check out.
Sad to see them go out of business.