OK so now that the dust has settled. and we (I think) have all settled in to the new format, I want to come back to my original concern about switching over to a digital version of the Voice. I have traditionally used my copies of the Voice along with copies of GLFWDA Boondocker in the waiting areas of our two offices and for additional "props" for various displays we set up all over the state at offroad events, car/jeep/truck shows, etc. Folks new to the sport, legislators, USFS and DNR staff, and seasoned offroaders alike readily grab copies of whatever we make available. We can't afford big national advertising campaigns, but my experience has been that putting stuff in people's hands creates conversation.
Can JPFreek support a limited subscription-based paper copy?
If not, we need to make arrangements to develop a high-quality 4-page handout, glossy tri-fold, or something similar for not only UFWDA-attended events (what do we send with our folks to SEMA for example?) but also for our member Clubs and Associations to use alongside their own promotional materials. I recently attended an event at a state convention for a non-UFWDA Association on behalf of UFWDA, and I had nothing available to hand out to the 100+ participants at the offroad event or the 25+ in attendance at the meeting the following day where we were invited to speak on behalf of UFWDA.
I realize a significant part of the world uses electronic media exclusively for communications, but there are a lot of places where sticking something in someone's hand is a plus.