Re: 350 Members Strong!! #ExploreScientific

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Congratulations Jerry and the ES team!

It's great and a big deal a company is actually communicating (bidirectionally) with its end users on a forum.
Imho that's pretty rare and really commendable!

There are probably more reasons why this forum is growing, but the one mentioned above is probably a big reason. :)

Clear skies!

On Mon, Feb 10, 2020 at 3:04 PM Jerry Hubbell - Explore Scientific VP Engineering <jrh@...> wrote:
I want to thank and welcome all our new members that have been joining over the past 2 months since the beginning of December.

The forum has grown by 50 members to a total of 350 members in only 2 months, 29 members in the past month alone.

This is awesome !!  That is an annual rate of almost 350 members a year!! Which means we could possibly have more than double our membership by the end of the year, that would be awesome.

I want to thank all our members for their support and participation, For me personally, this has been a great experience seeing this forum grow over its almost 3 years of existence.
We have some exciting things going on at Explore Scientific that we will be able to share with everyone this year and our goal is always to provide the best customer service not only in our industry but in any consumer industry.

Thanks again!!

Jerry Hubbell
Vice President of Engineering

Explore Scientific, LLC.
jrh at
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