What's New

New Website Features

Western Mass Relics Website Features
This year, we are introducing tow new features of our Website.

1. List of services available from our members (“Relics for Hire”)
2. Merchandise exchange for sale, rent, give away or wanted (“Relics List” - think Crags list).

The first item, "List of Services", is intended to let all of our members know about other Relics that have businesses or services that may be of interest. Many times, we may need a painter, landscaper, lawyer, etc. and not knowing where to go for service can be a daunting effort. By offering a directory of services, or “Relics for Hire List”, it may make it easier to get the help you need.

If you are interested in putting a description of your business on the Relics Website, just send the following information to either Doug Newton (dhnewton@earthlink.net), or Ray Saccoccio III (westernmassrelics@charter.net).

· Brief name of your service (e.g. Carpentry, music lessons,etc.)
· Your Name
· Your phone number
· Your email address
· A brief description of your service (140 characters or less.)

The second feature is the Relics List, our version of Craig’s List. Here you can list any item that you have for sale or give away or maybe an item that you need. You can post an item directly to the Relics List and similar to the Players Ideas, it will scroll down as new items are added. Eventually, after 20 new items have been added it will roll off the list. Of course, you will be able to add it again at any time.

Both of the features can be accessed through our main menu. You will see a For Sale sign with the sub-menus showing “Relics for Hire” and “For Sale – Free – Trade – Wanted”

Let us know what you think!

Walter Stewart Commissioner ■ Mike Dutton Assistant Commissioner: ■ John DaSilva Registrar ■ Jeff Ferranti Recording Secretary ■ John DaSilva Treasurer
■ Ray Saccoccio III Public Relations ■ Pat Lombardo Entertainment Chairman ■ Dan Scully Internal Chairman Gold ■ Paul Grudgen - Internal Chairman Silver
■ Maurry Tamarkin Past Commissioner

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