If you want one in Ohio, stand up and say so. Get several people to work with you and let everyone know. Asking others to create an event for your convenience just does not work.
Couldn't agree with you more Rob. With all due respect Saturn Sky Dude, Rob is right, to have people step up and help put something on of this magnitude together is phenomenal. I don't know the answer to this, and if I'm wrong I'm very sorry, but did you help with the one in Canton 10 years ago? I'm not trying to be argumentative here, just realistic. Sure we could have a poll and let's say Canton won, would there be anyone in Canton to step up and arrange everything. As I'm sure many people would attest, these events don't organize themselves
I agree it would be much closer for you but probably not for the next guy, take me for instance before I moved, I lived in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. According to "Google Maps", for me it was a 22 hour/ 1200 mile trip to go to Portland, for me to go to this years NASSM it was a 15 hour/900 mile trip, now that I'm living in Montreal it is only a 8 hour/360 mile trip. Still far enough but certainly much closer. For me this is the best option. If I was still living in Regina, Rapid City would make an incredible amount of sense for me. Months ago I had even told Rob I would come to Black Hawk when it was announced but in the meantime I had moved down east.
I know Robo mentioned before, that because the US and Canada for that matter is very large, maybe the thought of having more regional events has merit. I truly admire all the people who either drive or trailer their cars great distances to the NASSM events.
As I said I certainly mean no disrespect and am not trying to be argumentative, just my thoughts...……
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