BRC Makes Changes to Alert System

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April 23, 2012 5:22 PM

BLUERIBBON COALITION ALERT UPDATE BRC Makes Changes to Alert System Dear BRC Alert Subscriber, Attention all alert subscribers, you spoke and we listened!! BRC members and subscribers asked us to make changes to our alert system allowing you to select which states you receive alerts for. Previously, BRC's Action Alert Subscribers had the option to sign up for alert for just your state (as well as our national alerts of course), or you could get all the alerts BRC sent out. And sometimes that's a lot of alerts that you may not want to receive. In response we have modified the alert system

BLUERIBBON COALITION ALERT UPDATE

BRC Makes Changes to Alert System

Dear BRC Alert Subscriber,

Attention all alert subscribers, you spoke and we listened!!

BRC members and subscribers asked us to make changes to our alert system allowing you to select which states you receive alerts for.

Previously, BRC's Action Alert Subscribers had the option to sign up for alert for just your state (as well as our national alerts of course), or you could get all the alerts BRC sent out. And sometimes that's a lot of alerts that you may not want to receive.

In response we have modified the alert system, allowing you to select which states you receive alerts for. Example - someone that lives in California but also recreates in Nevada, Utah and Arizona can now get alerts for just those states (as well as our national alerts of course).

To subscribe to BRC's Alert List, simply go to www.sharetrails.org/subscribe, fill out and update your information. In addition, don't forget to tell your fiends and riding buddies to do the same.

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact BRC.

Ric Foster
Public Lands Department Manager
BlueRibbon Coalition
208-237-1008 ext 107

 


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