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107 Commercial Drone Endorsement – RTV Webinar Follow up

Hello RTV fans and family! We wanted to follow up with you after our webinar event last week. We have posted a recording of the show here https://youtu.be/zRsB1PHw7CQ  and will leave it posted there for a couple of weeks as an unlisted link for those of you who missed the live event.

If you would like to work on getting your 107 drone endorsement you can do so by visiting the following page – http://www.dronepilotgroundschool.com/rtv    I believe that Alan Perlman will be leaving the $50 off his course active for two more weeks for us so make sure you take advantage of that soon if you’re interested.

I do recommend that you watch the show above as we disclose a TON of information during the show that will be very helpful for you throughout the entire process.

Finally, I would highly recommend that you get on Alan’s dashboard / email list as he’s sending out weekly emails like the one I’ve pasted into this email to you below.  Some very helpful tips and tricks that are tailored specifically for drone operators of all skill sets are included. You can sign up for his emails here – http://uavcoach.com/

What I really liked about his email today was that it helps you get started VERY affordably. I mentioned during our last show that RTV has begun bidding on national accounts that include drone photography so WE REALLY WANT YOU ALL IN THE AIR ASAP!!   Make sense?

Thanks for your support and happy / safe flying everyone!

Sincerely,

Jason

Virtual Tour Software & Property Marketing Tools

 
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Alan’s email from earlier today –

Hey,

If you’ve never flown a drone before, there’s a little secret I should let you in on.
You will crash.

There’s no avoiding it. Your hardware will fail. Your software might go wonky. You’ll run into a situation you’ve never encountered before.
It doesn’t matter how strong of a pilot you think you are.

One of these things will happen.

Aside from adopting a pilot mindset and taking the time to properly train, one thing you can do to save a little pride is to buy a cheaper, more affordable training drone.
None of these systems will break the bank, so they’re great for training.

These models also have some of the most advanced features in the sub-$150 price range.

Check out 17 of the best cheap training drones here – http://uavcoach.com/cheap-drones-for-beginners/

Don’t forget to check out the list of specs and features below each one.

Blue skies and safe flying,

Alan Perlman