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CrewAdmin    193

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We have seen a lot of new members in 2017, which is great! For the members that might not know, only two of us run and manage the community. We both have demanding full time jobs. We spend countless hours of our limited free time maintaining the site server, software, support, upgrades in general managing the community and that is just a part of what else goes on in the background. This year was a real under taking with the site upgrade that moved us to a completely new software version. While it may look relatively the same when using the site just about everything changed in the background and we were not expecting the learning curve. While figuring things out we still have a few more major things to do when time permits and we appreciate everyone patience. Not here to complain we do it because, we enjoy it, we get to meet new people that turn into lifelong friends and we always have something in common with everyone, our passion for spending time with family and friends on the water in our boats. We built the CenturionCrew.Com community which was launched over nine years ago. Life and priorities change over 9 years and sometimes managing the site can be a burden. Like the site going down while on a long needed vacation and trying to get it back online with cell phone with limited signal or spending an entire weekend instead of a few hours upgrading the site software because, of some unforeseen issues with incompatible software versions, server upgrades, etc.

In nine years the community has grown to over 8,000 members currently, with new members joining on a daily basis. Out of the 8,000 plus members, only 70 of them are currently Supporting Members. Supporting memberships are what support the site/community. Considering the amount of time/hours we spend running and maintaining the site compared to the rate of return, most would wonder why we do it. Since the beginning we have said, as long as the financial burden does not fall solely on us we will continue to run, maintain and grow the community.

This year there has been talk about hosting images, bandwidth, file size among other issues. At the end of the day becoming a Supporting Member solves all of the issues. It is $30 a year, $2.50 a month, $.08 a day to have unlimited bandwidth with the only restriction being the size of the image. The images just need to be resized and we believe we have automated the process with the most recent upgrade.

The ironic thing is, so many members of this site talk about how much they get from it. Yet it seems they feel it is somehow not their responsibility to help support the very thing that brings them the advice they are looking for, friends from far and near they would have never met otherwise, the sense of pride from ownership of their Centurion/Supreme Boat and the spirit of sharing it with fellow boat owners within the community. Those that have been in the community for a while know we very seldom say anything about memberships or supporting the site. This is a community, we built it, launched it, maintain it, we never wanted to have to ask for members to support it, we just assumed that it would happen. Considering the fact we still put our person funds into the site, plus our free time, it is frustrating having to actually ask members of the community to support it. We need more members supporting the community they enjoy visiting on a reqular basis. Please consider purchasing one of the memberships outlined below.

Centurion Boats Supporting Membership - $30.00 Annually
- Upgraded to Centurion Forum Group
- UpgradedCenturion Supporting Member Icon
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- Increased Disk space for attachments, pictures and video
- Increased bandwidth
- Increased User Profile Pic Size
- Increased Private Messaging Storage with Attachments in Private Messaging
- Personal signature
- Private and Public Centurion Crew Picture/Media Gallery


Supreme Boats Supporting Membership - $30.00 Annually
- Upgraded to Supreme Forum Group
- Upgraded Supreme Supporting Member Icon
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- Increased Disk space for attachments, pictures and video
- Increased bandwidth
- Increased User Profile Pic Size
- Increased Private Messaging Storage with Attachments in Private Messaging
- Personal signature
- Private and Public Centurion Crew Picture/Media Gallery


Centurion Dealer Supporting Membership - $100.00 Annually
- Upgraded to Centurion Dealer Forum Group
- Upgraded Centurion Dealer Supporting Member Icon
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- About the Dealer page in the Dealer Classifieds
- Unlimited Centurion boat advertising in the Dealer Classifieds
- Access to post Centurion Dealer events in News From Centurion Boat and Dealers Sub-Forum
- Increased Disk space for attachments, pictures and video
- Increased bandwidth
- Increased User Profile Pic Size
- Increased Private Messaging Storage with Attachments in Private Messaging
- Personal signature
- Private and Public Centurion Crew Picture/Media Gallery

Overall, thanks for all of the support from everyone on the Crew over the past nine years, we truly appreciate everyone of you and are thankful for it. For those members that continue to support the community yearly we could not have done it without you. Thanks for helping to make the community what it is today!

Be sure to share your thoughts on supporting the community and how the CenturionCrew.Com and SupremeCrew.Com community has help you through the years.

Regards,

Ken and Andrea

 

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CO Surfer    288

I'm unable to renew my membership.  I get a pop up stating I can only order one and I already have one.

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CO Surfer    288

Still no bueno.

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Is it a january 1st renewal or a rolling calendar as 365 days since you signed up?

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CO Surfer    288

Rolling calendar.

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