The Original 13 Colonies Special Event
North Carolina 2013
QSL NOTE: >>> SINCE JULY 8, 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
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July 13 - 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
Requests for K2J QSL's, as shown in the graphic (above right), should be directed to W4MPS as QSL Manager for North Carolina, or to the individual operator worked as K2J from the list above. You must include a self-addressed, stamped envelope with your QSL card card request. We will reply to all confirmed QSL requests. Please see my QRZ.COM page for contact information. http://www.qrz.com/db/w4mps At this time, we do not plan to utilize eqsl or LOTW for confirmations. However, DX stations can request a QSL via the Bureau, directed to W4MPS as QSL Manager. We will be happy to confirm any QSL requests sent via the Buro.
This year's QSL card for K2J depicts the pivotal Battle of Guilford Courthouse, North Carolina. This important engagement, fought on March 15, 1781, was the precursor to our ultimate victory at Yorktown. The image is a reproduction of a print by H. Charles McBarron.
Thanks for participating in this great event.
73 and God Bless America
Marc, W4MPS / 13 Colonies - North Carolina Coordinator
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