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The Columbus Sponsors have added a new tab to our spreadsheet for tracking. We are now going to be tracking the BIDs for the Columbus Market!

 

You can find the Official Spreadsheet thread with the fruits of our efforts here: http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/4742-columbus-market-mapspreadsheet/ This link is only accessible if you are a sponsor. As of now, any donation of $5+ or more will get you sponsor access for the next 6 months. We know times are tough, but this site can't be maintained without your support. You can find information on becoming a sponsor here: http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/1195-information-about-s4gru-sponsorship-levels-and-how-to-become-a-sponsor/

 

We need your help, Sponsors and non. We want posts of your Signal Check (Pro) showing your BIDs. If possible, we would like to get all 3 BIDs for each site. Since there are @400 sites in the Columbus market, we decided to start a new thread for tracking.

 

Hopefully, we'll have a lot of participation. As this is in a public/non-sponsor forum, all non-sponsor rules apply (PLEASE DO NOT POST SITE IDs!!!).

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Here are some from east of Cambridge at the Bear'Den restaurant. It would involve our 2 eastern most sites.Posted ImagePosted Image

 

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Here are some from east of Cambridge at the Bear'Den restaurant. It would involve our 2 eastern most sites.Posted ImagePosted Image

 

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Woh! NID of 160 breaks everything in the Columbus Market!!! I've only seen 204/214 here. Could it be that another market "adopted" those sites, or have we picked up on a new pattern (possible B26/41 deployment)?

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