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Podiatrist is the boomerang champ!

Discussion in 'Podiatry Trivia' started by Cameron, Dec 28, 2005.

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  1. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member

  2. Fredric A. Malmberg

    Fredric A. Malmberg Welcome New Poster

    Dear Cameron,

    Thanks for the mentioning of it here. I've been involved in boomerangs for quite a few years now (27 plus), and have a great overview of the sport, science, and art of boomerangs.

    I was fortunate to have been chosen to help open the "Australia Exhibit" at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, Maryland. I tossed a couple of short range indoor boomerangs during the ceremony (in front of a governor, a large city mayor, and an ambassador from Australia), and then contacted the two local newspapers about the event. Both were planning stories on it; this is the first one to come out. I had no idea they were going to make it more than half the front page! It's almost impossible to get that kind of publicity around here.

    Every time I got some sort of write-up in the paper, I get a brief influx of more new patients than usual. I'm not quite sure how my expertise in boomerangs qualifies me as a podiatrist, but maybe it's just getting your name in front of lots of people. If you win some sort of award, in any field of interest or hobby, I suggest contacting the local newspapers, as they may find it of enough interest to write about it.

    Best wishes,

    Fredric A. Malmberg
     
  3. admin

    admin Administrator Staff Member

    Fredic

    WELCOME to Podiatry Arena - thanks for stopping by.

    Congratulations on the title.
     
  4. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member

    Howdy Doody Frederic

    Who says "**** happens!"

    Congratulations and hope the patient pack in the door, now.

    The wife and I have just come back from a short trip to Pilbara. We visited Karratha and the Milstream and Chichester National Park. Real outback and boomerang country. Caught an excellent exhibition of boomerangs at Karratha Airport.

    Best wishes for 2006

    Cheers
    Cameron
     
  5. Cameron

    Cameron Well-Known Member

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