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AGLCA prides itself on disseminating information about the Great Loop in a variety of ways to reach all Loopers and wanna be Loopers so you may find one or more methods below may be effective communication avenues for you.

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Each episode of this free weekly podcast, which airs Fridays at 10 am eastern time, focuses on an aspect of preparing for, planning or cruising America's Great Loop. The show is part of AGLCA's commitment to providing Great Loop Information & Inspiration to everyone who dreams of taking the trip or is already in the thick of it.

Host Kim Russo will welcome guests to the show, who will provide their expertise on everything from cruising Lake Michigan to repairing your engine.  Kim gives you immediate answers to the latest topics relevant to the Great Loop, making this podcast an excellent educational tool.

Great Loop Radio

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AGLCA produces webinars on topics that need more in-depth coverage than a podcast and webinars provide that platform.  They are either free of charge or have a small fee associated with them.  Whether it’s a presentation that outlines member benefits and how the AGLCA website functions or something timely like waterway closures that impact the Route, these webinars are a valuable resource.

Great Loop Webinars

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AGLCA has a large, active following on Facebook so you can always join the conversation with those who are on the Loop, have completed the Loop or are aspiring to do so.  In addition, AGLCA also keeps you up-to-date on AGLCA events and activities through the group.  It’s just another way to get inspired about the Great Loop. 

Great Loop Facebook

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Have you ever wondered if you could do the Great Loop given your particular lifestyle?   Well, AGLCA has Loopers who are part of a special interest group who have volunteered to help facilitate information sharing among others like them.  The Great Loop Ambassadors currently include sub-segments for Family Ambassadors and Solo Ambassadors with plans to expand the program to include reluctant partners, 20- and 30-somethings and women Loopers.  Get connected with those like you through the Ambassador program.

Great Loop Ambassadors