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Less than normal job? Seeking adventure?

No, we’re not talking about a job advertisement; we’re talking about the words coming from JT at shootingresources.com. See his interesting review of SPOT and how its design and functionality help thousands live up to the challenge of making it back in one piece while exploring or doing some of life’s most dangerous work. JT: “…It was the longest and probably the most in depth testing we have ever done. We did this for a reason though. This was designed as a rescue device and as such you are putting your life on the line with this one piece of equipment. This is your last hope of rescue or survival therefore it must work flawlessly. So before I would say “yes this works go check it out,” I want to make sure that I trust it with not only my life but those that are closest to me too. So how did the SPOT hold up after all of this? It was nothing short of amazing to be honest. The SPOT is tough plain and simple, there is not much in the normal world that is going to break this device. It held up under every harshness that we threw at it. It needed just a little more than cleaning or to pick it up and dust it off.  Sure it shows a little cosmetic wear but who cares it still works.” Click here for the full review.

Video: Gear to Get with Brian Brawdy

brian_brawdy.jpgWill you be on the road this summer, often outside of cell service and cellular-based roadside assistance coverage? Listen to SPOT Ambassador Brian Brawdy and learn how SPOT provides a GPS safety system for you and your loved ones. Click here to read the full article and see a SPOT video demonstration.

Boating Life - The 411 on 911

bl_logo.jpgWhether boating just off the beach or 50 miles out, make sure you can be heard. Read the full article as seen in Boating Life.

411 on 911

By Randy Vance

http://www.boatinglife.com/SPOT

SPECIAL NASCAR WEEK LIMITED OFFER-GET YOUR FREE SPOT NOW!

SPOT today announced it is sponsoring Robby Gordon Motorsports at this weekend’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Race at Bristol Motor Speedway – “the king of NASCAR short tracks” from March 20-22, 2009.

For the limited time of March 19 – March 29, 2009, SPOT will be offering a FREE SPOT with the purchase of basic service and tracking ($149.98 annual service subscription required. Additional services optional). The offer is only available by clicking here or going to findmespot.com/robby and is available for U.S. residents only.

SPOT is the primary sponsor of Robby Gordon’s No. 7 Toyota Camry, which will be branded in SPOT’s familiar black and orange colors for the Food City 500’s racing action at Bristol Motor Speedway. Follow the action on FOX this Sunday March 22 at 1:30 pm Eastern. To find out more and read the official press release, click here. Stay current on all of the action at SPOT's Twitter feed: http://twitter.com/spot_messenger.twitter_logo.png

SPOT Sponsors American Hiking Society

ahslogo.pngSPOT LLC is proud to partner with the American Hiking Society (AHS) to help support its conservation and awareness programs and share a strong commitment to protecting trails across the country. It is important to SPOT as a company to protect and promote foot trails and the hiking experience so that our pursuit of adventure can live on.

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Bill and his comrade

bill_hunting Bill, current President of Ruby Valley Search and Rescue and a "retired" Army pilot, is an avid hunter and fisherman. Needless to say, Bill spends a lot of time outdoors; he jokingly states he knows most trees on a first name basis.

Several years ago, Bill developed a preparedness plan, which included having a SPOT device. He even developed a messaging system for friends and family on his contact list: (1) Check In message in the morning and evening to family and friends, (2) Check In messages back to back to let them know he got an elk, and (3) Check In messages back to back to let everyone know that he was headed out of the backcountry.

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