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This is why I don't suggest putting a home address on a boat card.

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Originally Posted by mccary View Post
I am a professional photographer and have several friends who are also photographers. Everyone had business cards with name, address, phone number and cell number, email address, etc. One friend had is home ripped off by someone who he passed a card to. They called his cell and learned he was away from home and did the deed.

So, since then I am very leery of giving too much info. I put my name and cell number and email address and in this case the boat name. Don't provide too much info, you have no idea where those cards can end up.

Just my opinion, but it's better to be safe than sorry.
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