SurvivalRing Radio has been shut down for the time being (mentioned this last Friday). The main SurvivalRing.org site and the SurvivalRingRadio.com websites will remain online…just no upcoming podcasts or shows for the time beings. We’ll call our “Hiatus” for the radio show temporary for the next few months.
My new job as pc tech for FedEx Supply Chain was more than my damaged feet and new knee could handle.
So the search for a new career continues. Radio has been part of my life for nearly 14 years. I’m simply stepping away from it for the time being to focus on very important needs for nearly every member of my family, in so many ways. Nothing is more important for your family then giving them your TIME.
Of the last 10 years, I’ve made no income from radio, so when SurvivalRing returns to the airwaves, there will be some monetization. It has to pay for itself, in other words. Real cost, real time, real people need return on investment.
If you support me and all the content I’ve shared since starting SurvivalRing, you know just how vast our file sections story, compared to nearly every other survival site on the web.
Hosting of SurvivalRing and all associated sites, downloads, and recorded podcasts are all shared from my hosted server account.
Is SurvivalRing worth a one-time investment of $5, $10, or $20 or more? The hosting account that has hosted SurvivalRing.org is one I’ve come to trust very much, and has provided 17 years of nonstop hosting as of 10/15/17.
I get a great discount for being such a longtime customer. And would really like to stay with them and their great service.
Please consider a donation to cover web hosting as soon as possible.
I’m posting this on my personal FB Page, my groups, and my website. It is THAT IMPORTANT.
Paypal any amount you can to my
Thanks so much four your considerable past support, and I look forward to many more years to come. Only 10 days to reach our very small goal of $125 to cover the hosting for another 2 years, and I’ll tell you, I’m getting nervous. Won’t you please step up and return the favor to help keep the website going?
As of 3/31 I quit my job and moved 1700 miles east, from Wyoming to Nashville. I had one job that I had 8 days before my feet gave out. The next job opportunity fell through today, in a short impersonal email message…. “thanks, but we are going with some others to the next step. Thanks for your interest.” It was my dream job, but seriously I could use some assistance in getting the hosting renewed.
Anyway, thank for listening, and understand how much help I need this time of year, when the big internet bills come due.
I will also gladly accept any cash or check donations who wish to remain anonymous.