13 Colonies Special Event 2014
K2J North Carolina
Thanks for another fantastic 13 C event. Our North Carolina team at K2J logged a total of 10,092 QSO's and we are busily responding to a deluge of QSL requests. Congratulations to our team, all of whom did a remarkable job:
Nate, N4YDU / Marty, W4MY / Dwayne, N4MIO / Jack, W0UCE (exclusively CW)/ Rowan ARS, N4UH (Tommie N4YZ and Wayne W4HG)/ Buddy WB4M (QRP) / Cameron, AJ4TW / Marc, W4MPS
QSL requests for the 2014 event should be directed to Marc, W4MPS (QSL Manager).
If you prefer to request a QSL from the specific K2J station you worked, you can request a card directly from the Op's above.
You MUST include a self addressed, stamped envelope. We will reply to DX QSL's received via the Buro. Our policy is to respond 100% to QSL requests that meet the above criteria. We currently do not plan to utilize LOTW or eQSL. Our North Carolina K2J QSL card for 2014 is shown above, reflecting this year's theme - Colonial Era Currency.
For the latest information about the 13 Colonies Special Event, please check the event website at:
The Original 13 Colonies Special Event North Carolina 2013
QSL NOTE: >>> TO DATE, WE HAVE ANSWERED OVER 900 QSL REQUESTS. A NUMBER OF REQUESTS HAVE COME IN WITHOUT A SASE. IN MOST CASES, WHEN WE LOOKED THOSE STATIONS UP ON QRZ.COM, THEY DID NOT HAVE E-MAIL ADDRESSES. IN ONE CASE, THE QSL HAD NO CALLSIGN ON IT AND WE HAD TO LOOK HIM UP ON QRZ.COM BY ADDRESS, ONLY TO FIND THAT HE ALSO HAD NO E-MAIL ADDRESS. WE CANNOT REPLY TO QSL'S THAT ARE NOT ACCOMPANIED BY A SASE, AND WE CAN'T ALERT YOU TO A PROBLEM IF WE CAN'T SEND YOU AN E-MAIL. OUR TEAM MADE OVER 9,000 QSO'S. WE'LL DO OUR BEST TO ANSWER EVERY REQUEST, BUT WE NEED YOUR COOPERATION.
To our DX friends... Please be patient. QSL's are on the way via the Buro
MANY THANKS, 73, MARC, W4MPS
PS- For those who have sent in SASE's with self sticking envelopes, you know, the kind you don't have to lick-- BLESS YOU
Please go to: http://13colonies.info
for complete details
July 13, 2013 - Congratulations to the North Carolina K2J team for finishing #1 in the 13 Colonies results for 2013. Well done! In addition, K2J team member Nate N4YDU will be receiving the Paul Copeland Award for Top Op in the low power category. Nate logged over 4,500 QSO's during the event. We're very proud of this year's efforts by the North Carolina team.
Jack, W0UCE / Nathan, N4YDU / Marty, W4MY / Wes, K4WES /
Dwayne, N4MIO / Steve, KI4VBA and Marc, W4MPS
Thanks for participating in this great event.
73 and God Bless America
Marc, W4MPS / 13 Colonies - North Carolina Coordinator
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