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06-14-2019 07:09 PM
DaveOC Since it was apparently announced tonight at the closing dinner at Corning, NY:
Edit: As a result of a posting on June 27 - June 28, 2019 regarding 2022:

Code:
Year	City	           Cars	People	Vendors/	Charity
					Sponsors
2006	Kansas City	    100	  189	  7	2135
2007	Nashville	    162	  265	  4	6572
2008	Las Vegas	    108	  170	  10	2300
2009	Denver	            125	  250	  19	12400
2010	Canton	            203	  350	  8	5000
2011	Austin	            136	  200+	  5	5500
2012	Asheville	    156	  251	  7	1200+
2013    Flagstaff           125   197     3	6000
2014    Poconos             185   320     5	~2000
2015    Portland            108   208	  6	9500+
2016    Ozarks              128	  232	  15	21,130
2017	Lexington, KY	    165   269     6     9,000
2018    Black Hawk, CO      115   185     9     8,100
2019    Corning, NY         132   258     5     13,500+
2020    Rapid City, SD      proposed - to be added
2021	Bellaire, MI        proposed - to be added
2022    Santa Rosa, CA      proposed - to be added
07-14-2018 03:29 PM
DaveOC
Per one of the organizers at Black Hawk, CO

Code:
Year	City	           Cars	People	Vendors/	Charity
					Sponsors
2006	Kansas City	    100	189	7	2135
2007	Nashville	    162	265	4	6572
2008	Las Vegas	    108	170	10	2300
2009	Denver	            125	250	19	12400
2010	Canton	            203	350	8	5000
2011	Austin	            136	200+	5	5500
2012	Asheville	    156	251	7	1200+
2013    Flagstaff           125 197     3	6000
2014    Poconos             185 320     5	~2000
2015    Portland            108 208	6	9500+
2016    Ozarks              128	232	15	21,130
2017	Lexington, KY	    165 269     6       9,000
2018    Black Hawk, CO      115 185     9       8,100
2019    Corning, NY         to be added
2020    Rapid City, SD      to be added
Well done, Thanks for the info.
05-03-2018 07:08 PM
DaveOC Updated the location for 2018 from Denver to Black Hawk, CO.
Per a post from Druid-2 on both Solsticeforum.com and Skyroadster.com, 2019 will be in Corning, NY. 2020 has also posted.

I will edit this as I learn any new information as time goes by.

Code:
Year	City	           Cars	People	Vendors/	Charity
					Sponsors
2006	Kansas City	    100	189	7	2135
2007	Nashville	    162	265	4	6572
2008	Las Vegas	    108	170	10	2300
2009	Denver	            125	250	19	12400
2010	Canton	            203	350	8	5000
2011	Austin	            136	200+	5	5500
2012	Asheville	    156	251	7	1200+
2013    Flagstaff           125 197     3	6000
2014    Poconos             185 320     5	~2000
2015    Portland            108 208	6	9500+
2016    Ozarks              128	232	15	21,130
2017	Lexington, KY	    165 269     6       9,000
2018    Black Hawk, CO      to be added
2019    Corning, NY         to be added
2020    Rapid City, SD      to be added


Dave

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06-29-2017 02:47 PM
DaveOC JohnWR posted in the NASSAM 2017 thread with the results of the 2017 event. Lexington in 2019 with a question mark is from a posted thread by JohnWR on both Solstice and Sky forums (if someone else steps forward relatively soon, I'm guessing John will yield). I will edit this as I learn any new information as time goes by.

Code:
Year	City	           Cars	People	Vendors/	Charity
					Sponsors
2006	Kansas City	    100	189	7	2135
2007	Nashville	    162	265	4	6572
2008	Las Vegas	    108	170	10	2300
2009	Denver	            125	250	19	12400
2010	Canton	            203	350	8	5000
2011	Austin	            136	200+	5	5500
2012	Asheville	    156	251	7	1200+
2013    Flagstaff           125 197     3	6000
2014    Poconos             185 320     5	~2000
2015    Portland            108 208	6	9500+
2016    Ozarks              128	232	15	21,130
2017	Lexington, KY	    165 269     6       9,000
2018    Denver, CO          to be added
2019    Lexington, KY?      to be added


Dave

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02-28-2017 07:33 PM
DaveOC
Quote:
Originally Posted by DaveOC View Post
Edit: 7/4/16 Sooner asked for a change in the Vendors/Sponsors and revised the charity number down a bit:
Sooner, sirwm and MomsSol all posted results for 2016:
Edit: 2/28/17 Sooner advises that the charity number is finalized at $21,130. Well Done!

Code:
Year	City	           Cars	People	Vendors/	Charity
					Sponsors
2006	Kansas City	    100	189	7	2135
2007	Nashville	    162	265	4	6572
2008	Las Vegas	    108	170	10	2300
2009	Denver	            125	250	19	12400
2010	Canton	            203	350	8	5000
2011	Austin	            136	200+	5	5500
2012	Asheville	    156	251	7	1200+
2013    Flagstaff           125 197     3	6000
2014    Poconos             185 320     5	~2000
2015    Portland            108 208	6	9500+
2016    Ozarks              128	232	15	21,130
2017	Lexington, KY	    to be added
2018    Denver, CO          to be added
02-28-2017 06:51 PM
Sooner Alright keeper of stats - we finally closed out the fundraising from NASSAM 2016. Between the organizational talents of Karen SHiNY Wood, the bountiful product donations, and the amazing generosity of the NASSAM attendees, they raised a grand total of $21,130.
07-05-2016 12:00 AM
DaveOC Sooner updated the number tonight so I edited the previous post (4 posts back) Vendors/Sponsors +3 and Charity -$1000 or so.
06-27-2016 02:37 PM
JohnWR The only interpretation that I really want from them is that we are serious about the meet, and have some history.
I have been talking to some marketing people, and we are going to try something this year that may blow the doors off attendance.
06-26-2016 03:39 PM
DaveOC
Quote:
Originally Posted by JohnWR View Post
Thanks, Dave. I was just getting ready to look this up for the trek down to the Lexington Tourism office. You saved me a click or six.
I hope it is worth it to the tourism people, they probably can interpret the numbers better than any of us not in the tourism biz.

I suspect that you will have numbers more like Canton and the Poconos as Lexington is a bit closer to where the people are.

Who knows? Not I.



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06-26-2016 11:47 AM
JohnWR Thanks, Dave. I was just getting ready to look this up for the trek down to the Lexington Tourism office. You saved me a click or six.
06-25-2016 11:09 AM
DaveOC Edit: 7/4/16 Sooner asked for a change in the Vendors/Sponsors and revised the charity number down a bit:

Sooner, sirwm and MomsSol all posted results for 2016:

Code:
Year	City	           Cars	People	Vendors/	Charity
					Sponsors
2006	Kansas City	    100	189	7	2135
2007	Nashville	    162	265	4	6572
2008	Las Vegas	    108	170	10	2300
2009	Denver	            125	250	19	12400
2010	Canton	            203	350	8	5000
2011	Austin	            136	200+	5	5500
2012	Asheville	    156	251	7	1200+
2013    Flagstaff           125 197     3	6000
2014    Poconos             185 320     5	~2000
2015    Portland            108 208	6	9500+
2016    Ozarks              128	232	15	20,000+
2017	Lexington, KY	    to be added
07-08-2015 05:59 PM
DaveOC Back on topic.

The numbers reported in my table are what I have been told directly by the organizers of each year, or that have been published on the forums year to year.

I decided to keep all this information in this thread so that it could be referenced in one location, if anyone wanted to do so.



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07-08-2015 05:55 PM
DaveOC
Quote:
Originally Posted by ihawk95 View Post
Really??? Wow. Maybe he's too into Strictly Aftermarket now?

Add that one to the death statistics I guess.
The real unfortunate part of that is that all the local clubs that were affiliated with GMRoadster and had their web sites hosted via GMRoadster lost their web sites when the GMRoadster lights went dark. How many of them were still active I don't know.

FWIW, I did not hear this "officially" from anyone directly involved.
07-08-2015 02:56 PM
ihawk95
Quote:
Originally Posted by DaveOC View Post
FWIW, GMRoadster is now defunct, their web site is non reponsive and the domain name is available, or so I hear.



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Really??? Wow. Maybe he's too into Strictly Aftermarket now?

Well...that sure does leave us with nothing! Martin was always good for contributing GM Roadster water, or the trophies, or something. He's still donating via Strictly Aftermarket at least.

Add that one to the death statistics I guess.
07-08-2015 02:50 PM
ihawk95
Quote:
Originally Posted by Yogi View Post
Why not put away say, $1,000 from the previous year to act as "seed money" for the next years event?

Yogi
That's been discussed for years. You can search either here or on the Sol side and find the threads with the discussions about it.
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