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Chesapeake Tall Ship Expedition?

Hello,

Does anyone know whatever happened to the Chesapeake Tall Ship Expedition non-profit org that was started in Stevensville, MD in the early '90s? I've been searching for info about this organization for quite awhile, but have been coming up short.

I'm assuming that the company did not get the initial funding they needed, but would love to talk with anyone who knows the people who were trying to get this vision off the ground (dock!). Thanks for the help.

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As a word of advice, don't post your e-mail address in that form... post it as

dtpeterson at imaggodeiinc dot com instead... otherwise a spammer's webcrawler will be more than happy to start you on the spam train.

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Unfortunately the spam collectors have gotten smarter at pattern matching and editing. Spaces and spelling out 'at' and 'dot' can't be counted on any longer; neither can inserting 'nospam' randomly in the address.

PMs are IMO about the best way to exchange e-mail addresses.
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True... but why make it easy for them.
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Unfortunately the spam collectors have gotten smarter at pattern matching and editing. Spaces and spelling out 'at' and 'dot' can't be counted on any longer; neither can inserting 'nospam' randomly in the address.

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