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Old 12-30-2013, 06:28 PM
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2014 CSP Chapter Director Nominations

Hello.

Let's get the ball rolling on electing new chapter directors. Let's set a time limit for nominations of January 15.

*Chapter Officers*

Director
Assistant Director
Historian
Western Slope Coordinator
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Old 12-30-2013, 07:07 PM
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I don't think we need a Western Slope coordinator anymore. The guys we had out there either live this way now, moved to a different state, or don't get on here anymore.
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I agree with Jeff, unfortunately
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Don't know if I can but I nominate whoever's in the roles now if they want them going to have them back... So I nominate, all the current members/ directors.
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I nominate myself for the Southern CO director. Ive made 100% of the southern Colorado G2G's since Ive been on the site. Ive spent countless personal hours working on the southern guys trucks for them. And Im always on call for the southern guys. (nothing against the Northern boys but you guys live to far away thats all.

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I'm happy to stay put and or move up the ladder to Assistant Director or full blown director since Other then India I will not be leaving the country in 2014.
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Old 01-02-2014, 08:20 PM
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We can't have a director of a Powerstroke club driving a cummins.
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Old 01-02-2014, 08:25 PM
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We can't have a director of a Powerstroke club driving a cummins.
I'll go buy a cheap one... no worries. I did own 3 at one time you know.
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I'll go buy a cheap one... no worries. I did own 3 at one time you know.
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You may be laughing but I sure do enjoy the 20-22mpg in the 12v cummins dually over the 13-15mpg in the 6.0 dually.


But all jokes aside, I'm looking at a 6.9 IDI or another 7.3 idi as a 4x4 for winter time driving.
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