MTTS 2008

Finally information about the MINI event I’ve been waiting for all year!

Get started with with post at MF for a quick break down of all of the information. Follow the links there to get the full low down on each event.

And, don’t forget to register. Do it early and save $10! That sounds like a deal to me.

Of course, Todd, myself and Gabe will be attending as White Roof Radio was, again, selected as the Official Podcast Partner to provide up-to-the-minute coverage of the event. Just like MINI United, we’ll have audio and photos galore, plus the introduction of video (you might have caught some from AMVIV). All 4 locations including, possibly, a road trip from Miami to Boston.

Details are still being worked out, so stay tuned for more info!

Speaking of which, now would be a really good time to get subscribed to the sites so you don’t miss a beat! You RSS readers should already be good to go, but may need the link to the MTTS blog. I’ll have that below.

If you don’t subscribe using RSS, now would be a great opportunity for you to try it out. You don’t need any special software and everything is free! The best way for you first timers is to click over to Google Reader and create a free account. Once you do that, the rest is easy.

Start by copying a feed address. Feeds.feedburner.com/Motoringfile is a good one. Just right click on that link and choose copy link location. Then, click back to Google Reader and click the link that says Add Subscription and paste that link in. And just like that, you have subscribed to MF. Pretty simple eh? Repeat for the rest of the sites.

Of course, that could still be a little too complication for some. Not to worry! You can also subscribe to get updates via email for all of these sites as well.

So, stay tuned! Should be a great summer of MINI stuff!

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