At 09:37 AM 1/20/99 EST, Arthur Marino <AMarino711@aol.com> wrote:
> Hi John. ... I've recently moved to Florida, the Ft. Lauderdale area
> to be specific. I have found that absolutely nobody down here knows
> diddly squat about players. I have started a little rebuilding busi-
> ness, got my first job, A 1912 Weber pumper grand. A Lauter is in
> the wings, and a standard player will be coming from Naples. ...
> I am getting a home page together to advertise rebuilding and repair
> here in the south Florida area. When all is done, I would love to be
> a part of your web ring. Any insight or advice you could offer as
> far as getting the word out would be greatly appreciated.
> Arthur Marino
> Player Piano Service
Hi Arthur, If sheer numbers are any indication, I believe you've found
the right place to gain maximum exposure in a short period of time.
The Player Piano Ring has had over 12,000 visitors in just three months.
The arrangement of the ring is changed weekly to give everyone a fair
shot at being 'next' or 'previous'. I believe there are 35 member
sites, which include the Mechanical Music Digest and the Piano Roll
Digest, two very popular groups who publish member-written articles
about the trade. The MMD is sent (via email) daily to it's more than
850 members world-wide.
I'm forwarding this response to the MMD to let the members know about
you and your background. By the way, I list three player techs in
Florida in my Player Technicians Listing. Right now, the listing is
free. Visit: http://www.player-care.com/techform.html.
Best of luck in Florida,
John A. Tuttle (firstname.lastname@example.org)