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Postby toypusher » Wed May 14, 2008 6:14 am

There seems to be some confusion abut the http://www.tearjerkers.net site by some of the members here.

To clarify things: http://www.tearjerkers.net is NOT a part of the T&TTT forum. If you are a member here and want to be a member of the TearJerkers site - You have to go the the TearJerkers and register there to become a member. Please ensure that you read the "Read BEFORE Registering" before you try to register Your login here will NOT allow you to login over there!!

I am an adminstrator over there and get emails all of the time wondering why someone who is a member here cannot login over there!!!

And here is an additional message from the TearJerkers founder:

tearjerkersfounder wrote:Having read Kerry's notice I would like to add just a couple of things. The first & foremost is TEARJERKERS is a CAMPING GROUP. Our membership consists of owners,builders,manufacturers,dealers & some that camp but don't have a trailer yet or are in the planning stage. We have been in existence since 1997 with just our Yahoo Group. Just last year we came out with our own web page/forum. We are all about camping & making new friends at Gatherings. We have numerous chapters in the U.S. & are international with 3 chapters.
There are 574 members registered on the PHPbb & 734 registered on the Yahoo site. Our gatherings keep growing & growing in size.

If you fit the above, by all means come take a look & join if you like.

WE ARE NOT A FORUM LIKE T&TTT OR TALES & TRAILS. We do recommend to prospectives that want to know about teardrops to check these sites 1st before joining our group.

Remember "If you enjoy the great outdoors and fellowship with others, our campsite will always be open."

Thank you for your time.

Todd Brunengraber
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