Friday, February 11, 2011

Old Bro Membership into Triple Digits - 2/11/11

Thanks to all of you Old Bro's out there who have submitted contact info on yourself as well as others, the Old Bro Network is pleased to announce that our roster count has now broken through the 100 barrier !!

The coveted title of "100th Old Bro" goes to ........ click HERE to find out.

Stud of the Week honors (and to be forever known as the Old Bro who pushed us all over the hump and into the 100 Club) go to an Old Bro who wishes to remain anonymous, who forwarded contact info for three new Old Bro's, Greg Korth (EpSig 739), Tim Goodman (EpSig 857), and Doug Cole (EpSig 858).

Photo at left is of an earlier version of the anonymous Old Bro (EpSig 741, if you're keeping score), posted on Chuck Campbell's Facebook page and definitely taken a looooooong time ago ..... what's with the pliers, dude ??

Checking in via Facebook this week is Willy Reese (EpSig 923), who becomes the first Old Bro from the 900 zeta club.  Willy has promised the Old Bro Network that he will rally other 900 zeta Old Bro's to our cause, how well he delivers will be determined as we move forward ..... please welcome him into the Old Bro Network.

Updated info has been sent in by Tom Larson (EpSig 612), and Greg Anicich (EpSig 681).

New & updated e-cards have been e-mailed to all, and as usual, if anyone has contact info on any Old Bro who is NOT currently on the roster, send it to me and I'll get them added to the group.

EpSig 700

1 comment:

  1. Mike.....muchos gracias amigo for goin through all the trouble of bringing everyone together and getting this site goin.....may I suggest as a means of increasing site visits.....u start posting an occassional naked woman or 2 on the page......knowin this crew as I once did.....THAT will certainly get site traffic up.....hehe.......


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