49erswebzone.com hits 40,000,000 visits

Dec 20, 2008 at 11:57 AM--

49erswebzone.com received its 40 millionth visit on Friday, December 19th. I want to take a moment to thank all of the visitors who stop here on a regular basis and have helped to make this site what it is today. Most of our publicity has been from word of mouth, so we are glad that you feel that this site is worth the effort of telling your friends and family.

The community on this site is beyond anything I ever could have imagined. It is one of the most dedicated web communities I have ever seen.

I also want to thank the staff of writers and moderators who volunteer their free time to contribute to this site. Without them, this site would be nothing.

We hope to be around for a very long time and running this site, while stressful at times, is still a joy.

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