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Discussion: Tournament Locations
|Dec. 24, 2008|
If anyone noticed they moved the Midwest championship from Champaign too Chicago.Champaign had VERY nice fields and good prices on rooms.Now we go to Chicago,where are we playing,who knows how much for expense there.There also is a new Northern championship in Lanshing.A few years back they had the Eastern championship in East Lashing VERY nice fields.Last year we went to a tourney in Lanshing,terrible fields.
Here are some ideas to kick around and maybe push to SSUSA and SPA.Let the teams know where we are playing BEFORE we pay good money. Have a timetable set up in advance so you know when your games might be.We all can tell about poorly ran tournaments,but the powers to be,just let the same individuals take our money and expect us to put up with it.
Just some more things all of you to think over.
|Dec. 24, 2008|
|dont understand it either, but from what i heard its in a suburb of chicago call schaumburg|
|Dec. 25, 2008|
|THE SHAUMBURG FIELDS ARE JUST AS GOOD AS THE CHAMPAIGN FIELDS, LOTS OF HOTELS AND EATERY'S CLOSE BY|
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