How to Contact GCPBA

1. Send us an email:

gcpbamail@gmail.com

2. Send us postal mail:

GCPBA
809 W. Riordan Rd.
Suite 100, #431
Flagstaff, AZ 86001

8 Responses to How to Contact GCPBA

  1. dave kraig says:

    Hi, I must be a big dummy but I can’t figure out where to post or read posts of others looking to fill trips or get on them.

    I’d greatly appreciate if you’d point me to that link.

    Thanks!

  2. John Price says:

    How do you post? Can read and pull up everything but can not post?

    • Mark says:

      Try going to “New Topic” on the far right once you’ve gone to the Forum section. You’ll have to choose which Forum you’re looking for (people wanting trips, or trips wanting people, etc).

  3. MichaelC says:

    I was kind of wondering why my profile says participant instead of member. When I joined I believe I did a life time membership….or am I wrong on that?

  4. Jenna Rice says:

    How do I edit a post on the forum that I’ve already made? Thanks.

  5. Brian Lee says:

    Having a difficult time trying to figure out how to post. Can you suggest anything?

  6. Brian Lee says:

    went to yahoo group. It directed to click on link at bottom of page. There is no link

  7. Mike Stover says:

    I sent the following message to John Blaustein.

    Mike Stover here. I would like to ask an advice question.
    I have a private float permit and want to have a professional photographer on our trip. Have talked with someone I know here locally in Yuma, however want to ask if you know someone? How would I approach a photographer to attend our trip and take photographs? Wondering about cost as we are trying to keep this reasonable. Trade going on float trip with minimum payment in place of full cost yet obtain quality photos – is that fair?
    My view is, this would be their assigned function. Take photos; put-in (rigging up), from the boats, from the bank as boats go through selected rapids, around camp, for side interests, during take-out. Everything. Someone quietly going about what we’re doing as if they weren’t there. I’ve viewed your work in Arizona Highways.
    I have no feel for their equipment needs, do not own any professional cameras, know how to display pictures after the trip is over, protect delicate instruments/waterproof. Feel we’ll be very focused on the rowing and in my experience its hard to do more than row. Our private trip, like others on differing rivers, is going to be something special.
    Have you ever had someone ask for this before? Would you be able to recommend someone?

    Thanks,
    MikeStover
    6721 E MissionStreet
    Yuma AZ,85365 928 341 8472 H#
    928 328 5003 W#

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