Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by AA7BQ, Nov 14, 2018.
25 years ago I was making a living selling QRZ CDROMS. I sold thousands!
5 December is not my birthday but a birthday present is always welcome. QRZ has made a tremendous contribution to Ham Radio. Many thanks.
73, Larry WB8LBZ
El Paso, TX
Great job guys! Keep up the great work!
Thanks for the video, nice to see/hear faces from behind the scenes. Well done.
In almost 21 years, I've been saying QRZed.com instead of QRZee.com. Good to hear the official corporate pronunciation from the reliable source. I'll conform.
Good luck with the Youtube shows.
Please don't forget qrz.com is an International website, loved by Hams around the world. While your Sweepstakes sponsors are US-based - those wanting to watch your videos live may have to get up in the middle of the night - I'm sure it'll be worth it!
73 Ed DD5LP / VK2JI / G8GLM.
Awesome! I was getting ready to go to my second Duty Station Serving in the US Navy Submarine Force in 1993. Great video Fred and thank you for making QRZ one of the most valued tools we have as Hams. 73, de KD7SJT
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"QRZ", "QRZed"... Potato Potahto. Either is alright by us!
My grandmother used to love the corniest joke ever: "I don't care what you call me, just don't call me late for supper."