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Old 02-12-2012, 07:54 PM   #1
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Just a quick question about numbers.I just joined the WBCCI at the beginning of the year and received my info package and name tags. When do you get your club numbers?

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Old 02-12-2012, 09:22 PM   #2
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Our numbers came in that same package. I would start with a call to h office in Jackson Center tomorrow morning.

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It's the reverse for me. I got my numbers in my info package, but not my name tag. I was told that the name tags would come via my local unit, but I'll have to wait until after the Mardi Gras Rally. I'm in no hurry; until I actually attend a rally or caravan, the name tag won't make much difference.
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Old 02-13-2012, 07:36 AM   #4
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Like Protagonist, our number set came in the membership package from International, and our name tags were presented to us at a Unit meeting by our Unit President in a nice welcoming ceremony. I heard so many horror stories about getting your numbers put on that I had my son make me a set for each end as a vinyl transfer. I scanned the original numbers, one at a time; placed them and spaced them using InDesign; sent the output to a PDF, full size. His company took the PDF and made one-piece transfer sheets. I drew a line parallel to the AS nameplate, laid the bottom of the transfer on that line and pressed. I then peeled off the transfer carrier sheet and, TA DA, numbers applied neatly. Done in 5 minutes. They have held up for 23,000 miles and two hail storms so far.
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I heard so many horror stories about getting your numbers put on that I had my son make me a set for each end as a vinyl transfer.
I didn't need the horror stories; the printed instructions alone were enough to warn me off! My Airstream is an Interstate class B, that started life as a Sprinter van, so it has a nice steel (gasp! blasphemy!) body. I went with magnetic signs that I can put on for rallies or caravans, and take off and store inside when I'm not at a WBCCI function. FastSigns made up the numbers directly on the signs, same size, color, and font as the numbers provided in my info package, and then laminated the round WBCCI stickers in place on the signs with a clear overlay rather than trying to reproduce them. Should last as long as I own my Airstream, while causing no removal problems for the next owner. Cost me about $80 for a set of two, and worth every penny compared to the value of my time and peace of mind.
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I went with magnetic signs that I can put on for rallies or caravans, and take off and store inside when I'm not at a WBCCI function.
Way to go! Nice solution!
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