Last call for free magazine!

In case you missed our prior announcement regarding the launch of our brand new full color glossy “Gator Country” magazine, this is your LAST chance to get our inaugural issue for free with absolutely no strings attached…

As explained in our announcement, we’re very excited about the launch of our magazine—so much so that we want everyone to be able to get a copy for free and see what it’s like before we start charging for it down the road as part of our annual or magazine only subscriptions.

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In order to be able to receive your free issue (without any obligations!), just edit your profile to add your mailing address (remember this is not the same as your billing address). If you haven’t registered or joined us yet, you can do so now and be sure to fill out your mailing address…

We only have a limited amount of magazines available so once they run out, this offer expires automatically, so make sure you get your address updated as soon as possible as our magazine is scheduled to hit the printer later this week.

BTW, if you have any interest in advertising in our magazine, please contact us for details. You’ll get a great deal from us.

Thanks and enjoy!

Raymond Hines III


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Publisher/Owner -- Back when I was a wee one I had to decide if I wanted to live dangerously and become a computer hacker or start a website devoted to the Gators. I chose the Gators instead of the daily thrill of knowing my next meal might be at Leavenworth. No regrets, however. The Gators have been and will continue to be my addiction. What makes this so much fun is that the more addicted I become to the Florida Gators, the more fun I have doing innovative things to help bring all the Gator news that is news (and some that isn’t) to Gator fans around the world. Andy Warhol said we all have our 15 minutes of fame. Thanks to Gator Country, I’m working on a half hour. Thanks to an understanding daughter that can’t decide if she’s going to be the female version of Einstein, Miss Universe, President of the United States or a princess, I get to spend my days doing what I’ve done since Gus Garcia and I founded Gator Country back in 1996. Has it really been over a decade and a half now?