From: "Denis Tomasic" <Denis.Tomasic@opsm.com.au>
Date: Wed, 04 Feb 2004 07:50:00 +1100
To: <jackson@pac.com.au>
Subject: Goat Herder


G'day Martin,
Just wanted to say thank you for the prompt/efficient service.
I received the jacket this morning, fit's great, all is good.
Once again thank you, and I'll be sure the rest of the boys see it this weekend.

Regards
Denis.

From: Carl Spencer <carl.s@carlosus.com>
Date: Wed, 21 Jan 2004 11:31:35 +1000
To: Martin <jackson@pac.com.au>
Subject: Re: Leathers


Thanks Martin. I am in Brisbane myself so perhaps you could give me a yell
when your mates back. Thanks for the extra effort. Cheers Carl Spencer

> >From: Martin
> >To: Harley Club of Vic club
> >Subject: Re: dirt track sponsorship
> >Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2004 13:24:38 +1100
> >
> >Done
> >Martin

>From: "Harley Club of Vic club"
>Date: Mon, 12 Jan 2004 13:29:38 +1100
>To: jackson@pac.com.au
>Subject: Re: dirt track sponsorship
>
>
>YOU ARE A STAR!!! now, if you could spend a minute please, and just sent me
>some details that I can put in the program that plugs your business, and the
>details that describes your item ie; what it is, retail value etc, that
>will be on the raffle ticket. thanks luv you are a gem! Lynne
>

From: "Mark Battersby" <vmax@bigpond.net.au>
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2004 12:32:29 +1030
To: <sales@jacksonracing.com.au>
Subject: Supermotard Extreme


G'day Martin,

Again, its great having a chat to someone whom is also passionate about Supermotard. I believe it has a massive potential in Australia and our intention is that our series will set new standards.

One day I’ll get round to putting all our press cuttings up but this one from SideTrack Dec/Jan04 tells you what I’m about

Or this email correspondence with Clubby of Dirt Action

From: "Andrew Clubb" <clubby@universalmagazines.com.au>
Date: Mon, 22 Sep 2003 10:14:31 +1000
To: <jackson@pac.com.au>
Cc: "Shannon Warner" <swarner.UMPO.UMDOM@universalmagazines.com.au>
Subject: Goatherders!

Hi Martin,
Thanks for the box of gear.
We will get it photographed and then we'll give it a workout.
One question: Where does the name Goatherders come from????
AC.

>>> Martin <jackson@pac.com.au> 09/23 11:14 AM >>>
The Goatherder,
semi-mythical Australian trailrider, herding feral goats from the outback. A
friend of mine has had the plan for years and we use the term when we meet
someone. A "Goatherder" is a bloke we would take with us, means he's
alright.
Funny thing is since I've been selling these (2 years odd) the amount of
people who've bought them who've been herding feral goats for years has been
incredible. Obviously they are a problem on stations and the owners pay for
the job , then the goats are also sold to the abattoirs for around $35 a
head. 3/4 of the world eats goat but it must face Mecca when it's
slaughtered.
If the trip was only self funding it would be brilliant but in theory we
(Dirt Action ?) could organise a huge goatherding ride, punters pay to be in
it, station owners pay, then the abattoirs as well, sound like a laugh to
you ?
Martin
From: "Andrew Clubb" <clubby@universalmagazines.com.au>
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2003 11:19:31 +1000
To: <jackson@pac.com.au>
Subject: Re: Goatherders!

Martin,
Are you for real?
Are we talking a 50/50 split on the profits?
That's a crack-up!
Clubby.