QSL Card Request Guidelines
To request a QSL card from any of the participating Route 66 stations please read and follow the instructions below:
1. Each station at their discretion is processing their own QSL cards, therefore you must send your request along with your QSL card and a SASE directly to the station you wish to receive a card from.
2. Citrus Belt Amateur Radio Club (CBARC) is the host for the Route 66 On The Air event, however it is NOT a forwarding service or QSL bureau. CBARC will NOT forward any QSL cards that are addressed to any other station. CBARC will only process requests that are addressed to their own event callsign.
3. When requesting a QSL card from any of the participating stations, you must include a SASE with your request. If a SASE is NOT included, it will be at the discretion of each participating stations whether or not to send their QSL card back to the requesting person.
4. Independent stations operating as “Mobile 66” may at their discretion issue a QSL card, ask them on the air for any QSL information.
5. WE DO NOT SUGGEST using a QSL bureau within the U.S. due to delays in the bureaus forwarding the cards, as it can take several months to forward your request
NOTE: QSL card mailing time is the discretion of each participating station. If there is a problem with a station’s QSL card, please contact them directly as CBARC is not responsible for other clubs QSL cards.
PLEASE “click here” for the QSL routing address for each of the participating Route 66 On The Air stations.
page updated 8/12/2020