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Tues 14th August 9pm - Open Meeting

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  1. rolygate

    rolygate Forum Manager Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Sep 24, 2009
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    The next ECCA open meeting is:

    Tues 14th August 9pm

    ECR Chatroom

    Create an account and login, go to the open ECCA room.

    If you need a pass, it is: eccaroom

    You can listen to the meeting, and if you have a headset (or a laptop with cam and mic) you can take part by voice, with video if wanted, otherwise questions can be typed in text input mode.

    We need your opinions and what you think we should be working on. As a result of these meetings we start projects and update our website resources for your use. For example as a result of demand, we researched and created a policy on the ecig carto-cigarette equivalency number, which you can use in your dealings with vendors or for wider publicity.

    We created and organise the World Vaping Day, a powerful publicity tool for electronic cigarette user groups.

    Nobody else in the world provides some of the resources we do; your views are needed on what to work on next. The world's media come to us for their data, so what we publish and what we say does have an impact - and your job is simply to tell us what you need. The Times, the Wall Street Journal, The NY Times and Euromonitor use our e-cigarette data resources and help - so please help us to make a difference.

    If you can also take part and help, so much the better. We have projects waiting to go that need: photographers; researchers; graphic designers; printers; writers; publicists; webmasters; accountants; organisers.

    Don't complain about us not doing something IF YOU AREN'T HELPING
    - you're part of the problem, not the solution.​
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