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The Ranger Station was created in 1999 as an online resource for the owners of:
The Ranger Station has been listed numerous times in magazines as an article resource.
The Ranger Station built a Ford Ranger called 'Project Transformer' as a feature vehicle for Offroad Adventures Magazine. It appeared as a 6-part feature article.
The Ranger Station also hosts trail rides for its off-road enthusiasts.
The Ranger Station receives a large volume of daily traffic. Below is a breakdown of the monthly statistics:
The Ranger Station offers advertising in it's forums for approved vendors.
Class I Vendor:
We often find people wanting to sell commercially in our forums. Members are permitted to sell their personal belongings for free, but anyone reselling items for profit must be a vendor.
A Class I Vendor membership allows a member to advertise and sell their products in the forum for (1)-year. The Class I Vendor can also sell their products in the Vendor's forum found HERE:
The yearly fee is $75.00 and can be purchased in the form of a subscription.
In order to subscribe to be a Class I Vendor, you must first register for the forum HERE:
Once you're registered as a member, you can purchase the Class I Vendor subscription HERE:
Once you have paid your subscription, you can immediately start advertising your products in the classifieds or Vendors forum.
Class II Vendor:
A Class II Vendor membership allows vendors to place a banner ad (up to 468x80) at the top right of the forum (see below):
It also provides the Vendor with their own vendor forum to advertise their products (see below):
A Class II Vendor membership is not purchased in the form of a subscription. Instead, the vendor provides The Ranger Station with an item or gift certificate with a value of at least $125.00 that we may give away during our Premium Member giveaways.
In order to become a Class II Vendor, you must first register for the forum HERE:
If you have any further questions, feel free to email Jim Oaks at email@example.com.