GOOD NEWS: You can now have your own tribe on DriveTribe by becoming a Supporter

Ever wanted to be a Tribe Leader?

3w ago

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There are many good reasons to become a DriveTribe Supporter – one is, you get a heap of Tribecoins to show your pleasure, or displeasure, on content and comments. I know for myself, DriveTribe was an altogether less expressive place before I could THAT’S PANTS stuff.

Secondly, being a Supporter removes all ads from across DriveTribe and FoodTribe, which is how the app/site designers really want you to see the platform. So it’s like an ad blocker that doesn’t block useful stuff and actually gives back to the platform by helping keep the lights on at DriveTribe, and our creators creating. Oh, and you also get a badge of distinction on your profile.

And now, there’s a new opportunity we're offering only to Supporters -the ability to have a tribe of your very own on DriveTribe + all the tips we can give on helping you turn it into an active space.

ALL I EVER WANTED WAS A LITTLE TRIBE OF MY OWN; HOW DO I BECOME A SUPPORTER?

Easily - click the gold Coin icon next to your notifications on DriveTribe, and choose either an Annual or Monthly Subscription plan.

OKAY, I'VE SUBSCRIBED, YEW! HOW DO I GET MY TRIBE?

Send me a Direct Message here on DriveTribe, and I'll create your tribe. Note that you don't have to have a tribe; it's to Supporters what the Lounge is to Business flyers: there if you want it.

Any questions? Drop them below...

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Comments (75)

  • Interesting... but I’m skint 😂

      22 days ago
  • Ah. I see Idiot’s Car Reviews made it into the header. Someone’s a fan...

      22 days ago
  • I would love to.But don't think my parents gonna spend the money😂😂😂

      22 days ago
  • Yay😁

      22 days ago
  • How secure is the payment process with debit cards?

      22 days ago

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