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Inviting other riders to our community

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We haven't posted this in a while and I wanted to make sure that everyone knew how to do this. When I view profiles of our members, I see the amount of riders that everyone knows being allot yet they are not here.....So, let's invite all the riders we know by e-mail easily.

Visit this page and enter up to 5 at a time.

We like to hear about invitations, so post it here when you're done.

Enjoy!

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"Sticking" this thread becaue of its importance. Spread the word! Thank you to those who already have!

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I just invited a couple more! LET'S GO PEOPLE! I don't see much action in this thread! :tongue:

Now let's do some math here.... if 1000 members invite 5 people they ride with, that'll be 5000 new members. If those 5000 invite 5 people, that'll be another 25,000 members....bringing the total to....who can guess????

Here is the LINK:

http://www.quadcrazy.com/account/invite/

"Just doing my part" :wink:

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