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Re: Fall issue, extra copies, etc.
On Tue, 25 Nov 1997 21:39:24 -0500 (EST) MDWfield at aol_com writes:
>Just got the Fall issue and it's great! I'm sending one to TWRA
>Wildlife Resources Agency) and one to one of the guys who samples for
>(can't remember the subcontractor name). Anyway, has the BOD yet
>a fixed, flat fee for multiple copies? Also, what's the cost
Hello Mike My wife insists that I visit Chatanooga this next year.
Hopefully some fishheads will be awaiting my arrival
:)................NANFAs publication AC costs about $1.50 per magazine
per member...........so 10 AC's would cost about 15 bucks plus shipping
I live in Chattanooga, TN, home of the world's
>freshwater aquarium (that's what they say anyway). I'm thinking of
>them up to see if they'll let me put in a display in the giftshop. If
>could buy maybe 25 or 50 copies of one issue and see if they sell.
>have one rack of magazines and one of free fliers with basic and
>info.) I'd like to get some idea of what these would have to sell
>assuming the BOD needs to decide the strategy - break even or try to
>small profit - as well as production costs to set the selling price.
>should I just E-Mail Chris and/or Robert?
I think this is a great discussion topic for the group. It will give us
all a better understanding of what it takes to make NANFA work.
> Does NANFA own any stock photos of natives? One of the things AOL
>Marinelife Forum director Jon Lowrie has asked me is to build on AOL's
>species library. I'm going to send a query to TFH to see if they'll
>AOL's use of any scans of their images for tropicals. But I'd like to
>some natives, too. There's not much interest in the native fish
>anymore. I'd like to build some.
I am reasonably sure Garold Sneegas and Joe Tommelleri would allow
limited use of their photos /prints on an internet site as long as all
the ducks were in a rowq...ie no stealing allowed...........:)
> Finally, has anyone considered the feasibility of doing a mockup
>yearly issue with advertising, color, etc? I've seen several yearly
>quarterly publications whose writing and photographs aren't nearly up
>standards of "AC" and the work of Sneegas, Tomelleri, etc. And a
>magazine doesn't have to quickly sell huge volumes to be practical.
> Inviting comment on any or all of these subjects!
I had not but it would be a natural sales
tool..........................Good thinking lets chew on it a
bit............BTW got any sources for Tennesee dace ?
>MDWfield at aol_com