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    Published on 09-07-2010 03:05 PM

    Virtual in Name Only

    Membership in the Arizona Virtual Jeep Club is free. Simply register for the site and you'll have access to everything the forum has to offer with the exception of posting in the for sale area. The Arizona Virtual Jeep Club uses sponsorship fees to pay to keep the site up and running, and as a sponsor, you are entitled to sell items on the forum. Although you can't post in the for-sale forum without becoming a sponsor (the minimum sponsorship level is only $15/year), you can read the for-sale forum and contact sellers via the board's Private Messaging (PM) system.

    Speaking of sponsorships... the Arizona Virtual Jeep Club has various levels of sponsorship:

    Bronze
    Silver
    Gold
    Platinum
    Lifetime Member

    Each increase sponsorship level comes with added benefits not available at the lower levels. Disk space, signatures, larger Avatars, etc... all increase with increasing sponsorship level. You can pay for a sponsorship multiple ways:

    1. Use Paypal by clicking on the link here and choosing the membership level you want: Membership Page

    2. Send a check or money order to: Arizona Virtual Jeep Club, 10742 Old Johns Road, Laurinburg, NC 28352. Remember to include your username somewhere on the check or in the envelope.

    Regardless of whether or not you choose to become a sponsor, you'll find the benefits of the Arizona Virtual Jeep Club to be unmatched by any offroad club anywhere in America. Spend some time with us... you'll see.

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