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Edict IncorporatedDo you know of a business or not-for-profit organization that might be interested in publishing a newsletter like H2ONotes? They can have access to our publishing technology more easily than you might imagine.  Our newsletter is published using Spaces (tm), a entirely web-based system provided by Edict Incorporated in Rochester, MI.  Spaces automates every aspect of the publishing process so that producing frequent, high-quality publications is less costly, less complicated and less time consuming than otherwise.  Though the product is new, there are over a dozen commercial, industrial and not-for-profit organizations using it to improve the way they communicate with their customers, members, clients, and distributors.  If you're interested in more information on the product contact Tor Hough at Edict and he will be happy to arrange a demonstration for you.  Also be sure to ask Tor about available sales commissions and referral discounts!

 





Just make sure you come prepared..

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And when you're looting your favorite dictator's boat don't forget to bring along a quality E-Z Loader trailer from Wilson Marine, Skier's Pier or one of the 20 other Michigan E-Z Loader dealers you can find by browsing the member's search area of the Michigan Boating Industries Association website. 




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There is always time for boating...

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You just gotta love that in the middle of freeing their county from the oppression of a morally bankrupt regime the Iraqi people set aside a little time for boating!





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How to Make Your Boat Look Great!

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40_Carver_36_dry.jpgNothing puts a sparkle in a boat owner's eye better than sun reflected off clean Gel-coat. Whether your boat is 2 years new or 20 years old you know feeling.

All around Michigan, weekend warriors are breaking out their orbital polishers, extension cords and polishing compounds in pursuit of that special look.  Unfortunately, many do-it-yourselfers spend all of their fun in the sun time rubbing and buffing instead of cruising and relaxing.

Ask Lyndon Lattie, Jr. of Endeavor Marine how the professionals get it looking so good and he'll tell you it's about technique, equipment, process and experienceEndeavor has developed a process that they've found to be highly successful on even problem boats. Says Lattie: "We can bring most boats back to an almost new kind of finish without spending a ton of money."  A big part of getting it right it is knowing when and how to use chemical treatments, rubbing compounds or plain old wet sanding.

If you have a boat with problem gel-coat or simply want that "showroom" look your boat used to have, contact Endeavor Marine.  For your convenience, Endeavor Marine is fully insured to service your boat in their Clinton Township facility or onsite in your boatyard.  For additional information contact: Lyndon Lattie, Jr., Endeavor Marine, Clinton Twp., ph 586-469-1100.  Mention H2ONotes and get a special discount!





Online Educational Resource for Teachers and Kids

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You might have missed it in the earlier edition so we want to call your attention to a really neat online educational resource. SitesAlive is an online educational community where kids can share in the experiences of children in unique adventure classrooms all over the world.  The site is set up for individuals or whole classrooms to participate.  We've actually run into groups of these students sea kayaking and diving on Eleuthera in the Bahamas and have seen firsthand what a unique educational experience they're having.  These are exceptional educational programs brought home online at a fraction of the cost.  Check it out!

  • An online educational program based on the experiences of 49 students as they sail a tall ship to ports all over the world.
  • An academic resource to teach geography, social studies and language arts.
  • A flexible program that can be used by classrooms, homeschools, afterschool programs and families at home.
  • A safe website for students of all ages.




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Last Chance to Complete Survey and Win

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There is only one week remaining to complete the MSU Boat Show Survey. If you have still not completed and submitted the survey, please consider taking about five minutes to go on-line and complete it.

Everyone who completes the on-line survey will be entered into a drawing for either a Lake Erie charter fishing trip for up to five persons ($500.00 value), or a $250.00 cash prize -- your choice. Those who complete the survey will also be entered into a drawing for a Gary Odmark Print (23” x 31”) titled "Mackinaw Mist".  It is framed and is worth $276.00.  One print will be awarded.

You can access the survey through this link:

http://www.prr.msu.edu/detroitboatshow/

If you have attempted to complete the survey and had difficulties accessing the Web page, please contact us by email kimseun8@msu.edu.   We will make every effort to determine the problem and to assist you.

If you have already completed the survey,  THANK YOU, and you will also be eligible for the drawing for the Odmark print.

Dr. Ed Mahoney
mahoneye@msu,edu   

Van W. Snider, President
Michigan Boating Industries Association
vsnider@mbia.org


 





MSU - Boat Show Study

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Our friends at the Michigan Boating Industries Association and Michigan State University would really appreciate
your input on your 2003 Detroit Boat Show experience!

On February 24, 2003, we emailed you a very important survey. If you have not completed and submitted the survey, please consider taking about five minutes to go on-line and complete it.

As we indicated in our initial email, everyone who completes the on-line survey will be entered into a drawing for either a Lake Erie charter fishing trip for up to five persons ($500.00 value), or a $250.00 cash prize -- your choice.

As an added incentive, those who complete the survey will also be entered into a drawing for a Gary Odmark Print (23" x 31") titled "Mackinaw Mist". It is framed and is worth $276.00. One print will be awarded.

You can access the survey through this link: http://www.prr.msu.edu/boatshow/ .

If you have attempted to complete the survey and had difficulties accessing the Web page, please contact us by email kimseun8@msu.edu. We will make every effort to determine the problem and to assist you.

If you have already completed the survey, THANK YOU, and you will also be eligible for the drawing for the Odmark print.

Dr. Ed Mahoney
Seung Hyun Kim, Graduate Assistant
517-353-5190 x.148
prtrmail@msu.edu





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