There are lots of ways to make sure all the members of your hiking club are kept informed of the latest news, hikes and get togethers. Via email, your website, social media and text message, it’s easier than ever to keep groups up to date.
If you haven’t added a text program to your communication toolbox, here are five ways it can help your hiking club.
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