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    Default Advice from South Dakota on how to grow club membership

    Sometime ago a post came up about how a person grew the membership in his South Dakota retriever club. I am trying to find that post. If anyone can direct it to me I would appreciate your help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironwood View Post
    Sometime ago a post came up about how a person grew the membership in his South Dakota retriever club. I am trying to find that post. If anyone can direct it to me I would appreciate your help.
    Daniel
    Hi Daniel, I did a google advanced search and came up with your post here.

    I got your PM and will try another search without seeking the exact phrase "grow club membership" to see what comes up.

    Chris
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    Daniel, I searcheed a good bit.

    this one looked like it had potentioal. Please see if there's something in there of value.

    http://www.retrievertraining.net/for...er-clubs/page4
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