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Posted by Jason Cole | Feb 06, 2014 @ 01:21 PM | 5,851 Views
Hey Everyone,

If you are a part of a club and don't use your Places Forum to communicate, now is a great time to start. If members of a club make 100 posts on their Places Forum, we will be giving out FREE 1yr Plus Memberships to those members.

Using your Club's Places Forum is a great way to communicate between members and you can add events to our Event Calendar to help get the word out. If anyone has any questions on how to use Places you can watch the video below or reply to this thread.

RCGroups.com Places (4 min 22 sec)

Posted by Jason Cole | Jan 06, 2014 @ 04:25 PM | 5,693 Views
You've asked for them, Now they're here!

We've been getting requests to expand the selection of items available in the RCG Store.

We have started off 2014 with a few new items including new White T-Shirts! Yes, now you can show your support of RCG at events and clubs even when it's hot outside.

We've also added two new smaller sticker sizes for cars and trucks and smaller airplanes too.
You can also put them on your transmitters and cases or even your batteries.

Check out the new items right now on the RCG Store.



Posted by Jason Cole | Nov 08, 2013 @ 11:15 AM | 9,040 Views
I wanted to show everyone how Places works and what you can do with it so I made the video below to highlight the features of Places. I love the Map!

RCGroups.com Places (4 min 22 sec)

Posted by Jason Cole | Sep 30, 2013 @ 03:05 PM | 7,214 Views
Announcing the first ever RCG Place of the Month. Each month we'll be highlighting a new place. The Places section of RCG is an awesome resource to find flying fields, places to drive cars or boats, hobby shops, and clubs in your area or anywhere in the world.

This month's highlighted place is the SkyMasters RC Club in Michigan. Click here to see the announcement.
Posted by Jason Cole | Aug 28, 2013 @ 09:55 AM | 7,320 Views
Wanted to share this video I made about the RCGroups Plus Membership Program.

RCG Plus Membership Program (1 min 13 sec)

Posted by Jason Cole | Aug 26, 2013 @ 10:52 AM | 6,923 Views
The Great FPV Scavenger Hunt is going strong. People all of the globe are taking to the skies with their FPV aircraft and hunting for manmade and natural object for a chance to win great prizes. Among other prizes up for grabs is free 12 month memberships into the RCG Plus Membership. I'll be posting the winners here as they are given out. To get us started, here are the first three winners. Congrats Guys!

jbynum1631
coinworker
bmschulman
Posted by Jason Cole | Jul 26, 2013 @ 04:24 PM | 8,099 Views
I've been on RCG for a long time. I think this is one of the best online communities on the planet. Since joining the team here at RCG, I've been given a great opportunity to reward our members and give away FREE 1-year Plus Membership upgrades!

That's right, I'm giving away 1-year Plus Memberships to users that we feel do a great job of promoting the hobby and supporting others. It's totally subjective and nothing personal if you weren't selected. For the next month or so I'll be posting the users I've selected here in my blog. Enjoy the free year of Plus Membership guys.

This weeks rewarded users are:

theimacman
CyberJay
RCSquale
habitforming
dragbikebam
jackerbes
ndfly700
papadwight
Tom B 1956
jeb6684
Jack Crossfire
bmiller
Posted by Jason Cole | Jul 25, 2013 @ 10:56 AM | 7,930 Views
A few weeks ago we went up to Indiana to document and film an Iron Pour. It was awesome and we got some pretty good footage. One of the guys is a performance artist who hollows out logs, wets them, and then when they pour molten iron in it, it creates a massive explosion.

I was flying my Octocopter to film the experience. They poured it into one log and the explosion was cool, but not that impressive. The second one however, was insane. The explosion was HUGE! I could only see it from my peripheral as I was watching the copter. The explosion sent red hot molten iron a hundred feet in the air, and it was heading for my Octocopter. It happened so fast there wasn't really much I could do. I watched as the iron fell literally just feet from my Octo. Neal, standing next to me controlling the camera had some choice words. We had never seen anything like that before. It was amazing and we got it all on film. Check out the video below to see the explosion for yourself.

Iron Pour (1 min 44 sec)