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A Little Extra
Bill Colson/Managing Editor
August 13, 2001
SI Adventure or Golf Plus can be yours for the asking
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August 13, 2001

A Little Extra

SI Adventure or Golf Plus can be yours for the asking

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Were you enraptured while reading E.M. Swift's SI profile of Erik Weihenmayer, the first blind man to reach the summit of Everest? Did your jaw drop at the photograph by Heinz Kluetmeier of Kenyan marathoner Julius Bitok training with giraffes? If you're an SI subscriber and you're scratching your head in confusion, it's probably because you've been missing out on some of the most provocative writing and pictures SI offers.

Many subscribers—even cover-to-cover loyalists—have yet to sign up for either SI ADVENTURE or GOLF PLUS, two additional sections of sports coverage that are available, at no extra charge, within the weekly magazine. Four hundred thousand of you already receive the three-month-old SI ADVENTURE, which packs pieces on everything from catching waves to catching big air, from buildering to bouldering. In this, its inaugural year, SI ADVENTURE will appear in 10 issues of SI. Along with its seven-year-old brother, GOLF PLUS, an almost weekly supplement that annually provides some 300 pages of golf news and features to 475,000 readers, SI ADVENTURE is available to subscribers upon request.

There's one hitch: For now, subscribers can receive one section or the other—not both. Depending on whether 15-foot swells or a tee time at Pebble Beach would be more likely to rouse you at 6 a.m., you can order SI ADVENTURE or GOLF PLUS to go with all our other sports coverage to which you are accustomed. Just dial 1-800-205-0314 or visit www.sicustomerservice.com and state your preference, and our customer service staff will take it from there.

It's SI's equivalent of a cherry on top.

Did we mention that it's free?

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