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Thanks for your enthusiasm in listing Lost Paddle Rafting, but please see the Wikitravel:Don't tout and Wikitravel:Where you can stick it policies. To summarize, an establishment should only be listed under the city in which it is located. Feel free to update the Canon City article, but be aware that listing an establishment in many places is considered spamming. Also, feel free to comment under Wikitravel talk:Local spam blacklist#Lost Paddle Rafting - it would be great if we could remove this establishment from the spam blacklist, but we can't do so until we can be sure Wikitravel won't be spammed again.

Hopefully we haven't scared you off - we'd love to have better information about rafting, so with any luck we can work together to improve our coverage. -- Ryan • (talk) • 20:04, 15 April 2007 (EDT)

Lost Paddle Rafting[edit]

I've removed from the spam blacklist. Individual businesses generally aren't listed under a state article, but feel free to list your company in the Canon City article, and you can add a link from your user page. A company listing on the Colorado article will probably be removed, but feel free to list white water rafting under the "Do" section of that article, and then add links to a few cities / regions in Colorado where rafting is popular - that way we don't end up with a ton of links to companies, but instead have pointers so that someone visiting the state can follow pointers to cities they are going to visit, and from there choose individual companies. -- Ryan • (talk) • 13:53, 2 May 2007 (EDT)