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Hey moderators - I sent an email yesterday to the administrators via the "contact us" email but have not heard back. I wanted to know about the rules regarding what I could post. I know there are rules about selling stuff on the forum and I wasn't sure. I'm not really trying to sell anything, just trying to do an outfitter friend a favor. He's got a cancellation on a fly-in that's coming up really quick and I just wondered if I could spread the word here to see if someone might be interested in a discounted trip. Nothing in it for me, just trying to help the guy out and maybe give someone an opportunity at a great trip for as cheap as they might ever go. If any moderators are reading and could advise whether I can give the details here, let me know. Or if you regular readers know whether I would be ok doing so, let me know. Thanks.

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