Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by anglefire » Wed Nov 24, 2010 7:24 am

Stu, I'd guessed that - but presumably you would need at least one a year for legal reasons?

I know the traditional motorclub I'm a member of has to have an AGM - but then its a Ltd company. (Means the members only can get stung for a quid if it all goes horribly wrong! - But an event can turn over £50K, so has a lot more to loose!) :shock:


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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Stu » Wed Nov 24, 2010 7:54 am

Mark, as per our constitution we do have a physical AGM where committee members are voted in. Because we've not been going for a year yet we've not had an AGM yet. However when we do all paid up members will be invited.

We do have committee meetings, but not in the traditional sense. If someone wants to raise an issue they do so in the committee section of the site, we then discuss it and when it looks like we've got to decision making point we set up a vote in the voting section. All committee members are then PM'd or emailed to make them aware of it and the vote remains their until we have a quorum. We normally get that within a few hours of the vote going up. It does make life easy with diaries and geography!

So if you're on the committee then you're not going to be expected to drive a long way for meetings.


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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by JF Lux » Wed Nov 24, 2010 8:22 am

meanwhile...sold anymore brackets then...? :lol:


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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by countrywide » Wed Nov 24, 2010 8:31 am

I know somebody who is after some :thumbright:



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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by anglefire » Wed Nov 24, 2010 1:07 pm

Stu wrote:Mark, as per our constitution we do have a physical AGM where committee members are voted in. Because we've not been going for a year yet we've not had an AGM yet. However when we do all paid up members will be invited.

We do have committee meetings, but not in the traditional sense. If someone wants to raise an issue they do so in the committee section of the site, we then discuss it and when it looks like we've got to decision making point we set up a vote in the voting section. All committee members are then PM'd or emailed to make them aware of it and the vote remains their until we have a quorum. We normally get that within a few hours of the vote going up. It does make life easy with diaries and geography!

So if you're on the committee then you're not going to be expected to drive a long way for meetings.
:thumbright:

Not that driving is exactly a chore and presumably the AGM would be timed around a suitable event. :whistle:


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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by panoramix » Wed Jan 19, 2011 11:34 am

Hi everyone! :D

Glad to find here many people that I know :lol:

Neild, I'm looking for a kit (really only for rear guards but if you can't separate...)
include the screws and bolts?

I tried in GNVP site but have not seen it here and I can not send you an email (no permission).
how can I buy it?

Cheers!
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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Neild » Wed Jan 19, 2011 11:41 am

panoramix wrote:Hi everyone! :D

Glad to find here many people that I know :lol:

Neild, I'm looking for a kit (really only for rear guards but if you can't separate...)
include the screws and bolts?

I tried in GNVP site but have not seen it here and I can not send you an email (no permission).
how can I buy it?

Cheers!
Max
Hi Max,

I'll mail you.

We cant split though as they are made in kit form.

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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Chicken Duck » Fri Mar 04, 2011 12:25 pm

Are their any more of these still for sale?


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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by tolley » Sat Dec 15, 2012 11:40 am

do you have any of just the front ones



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Re: Product Announcement: Front a rear Light Guard Brackets

Post by Bigcarpchaser » Sun Dec 16, 2012 4:55 pm

I will ha e a rummage, not sure if we have sny left as not a big seller tbh


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