Every time I try to get someone new interested in CB around here, it turns into me teaching them about building their own antennas, and showing them my Ham station and they get more interested in becoming a ham. It used to be easy to get people into CB around here, we had a lot of old timers on the air that were on all the time, and new people popping up here and there, rag chews every night. Now all the old timers are passed away, the youngsters are more interested in hot rodding their diesel pickups and putting a bunch of lights on them, under them, and offset wheels and all that. The youngsters are just way too cool around here to get interested in CB. I miss the good ole days of rag chewing on the CB with a large group every day, never was into shooting skip, still am not. But I have DXCC on Amateur Bands, and that is 99% digital modes. Built and/or repaired all my own gear, antennas, radios, and amplifiers. I use my CB for work (Pilot Car). But nothing to do on it at home or when I am not at work. Just did my 10 year Renewal on my ham license.