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It's Official!

Posted: Sat Jun 02, 2012 1:56 pm
by Luke
It's official! Your Society has signed an agreement with Morning Sun Publications to produce a long-awaited all-color book covering the AC&Y and A&BB. It will be 128 pages and contain approximately 250 images plus related maps, timetables, AC&Y advertising brochures and ephemera. Due to the national distribution channels and quality reputation of the publisher, this Society sponsored project will contribute handsomely to the legacy of the AC&Y-A&BB. We are recruiting those who wish to help and/or support our effort in any manner. We will match you to the areas where we most need help. If you can assist in the next 2-3 months, kindly contact Bob Lucas or Carl Lantz with your primary interests and skills. Thanks in advance! REL

Re: Can I Help?

Posted: Thu Jun 07, 2012 11:16 pm
by mattwoods
That's great news! Thanks to all who made this come about. I am really looking forward to the finished product and believe it will be a great resource that will increase the awareness and visibility of the AC&Y and ABBRR. I would be happy to help in any way needed.

Re: Can I Help?

Posted: Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:32 pm
by Free-mo Tim
Luke wrote:It's official! Your Society has signed an agreement with Morning Sun Publications to produce a long-awaited all-color book covering the AC&Y and A&BB. It will be 128 pages and contain approximately 250 images plus related maps, timetables, AC&Y advertising brochures and ephemera. Due to the national distribution channels and quality reputation of the publisher, this Society sponsored project will contribute handsomely to the legacy of the AC&Y-A&BB. We are recruiting those who wish to help and/or support our effort in any manner. We will match you to the areas where we most need help. If you can assist in the next 2-3 months, kindly contact Bob Lucas or Carl Lantz with your primary interests and skills. Thanks in advance! REL


Good evening,

What kind of time/interest/skills are needed for this project?
I'd like to offer my assistance in helping to complete this project.

I believe that a PM would be a good way to start the conversation.

Respectfully,

Tim Moran
Akron, OH