Creative Competition Names?

Discussion in 'Official WCA Competitions' started by Bryan, Dec 15, 2008.

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  1. Bryan

    Bryan Premium Member

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    Many of the competitions have boring names. Usually <Place> Open <Year> or just <Place> <Season> <Year>. What's a good name for a competition held in Minneapolis on Feb 28th? I'm leaning towards "The Twin Cities Cube Competition" (aka T Triple C or TC Cubed). Minne-Snow-Ta Open 2009 sounds good, but looks bad in writing. Minneapolis Cubeapalooza 2009 seems more like a summer competition....

    Any suggestions?
     
    Last edited: Dec 15, 2008
  2. blade740

    blade740 Mack Daddy

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    We should start getting sponsorship for things like this. "The Honda 2009 Open"
     
  3. Bob

    Bob Premium Member

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    I named the Kearny one after our high school mascot, so it was the Kearny Kardinal competition.
     
  4. Rabid

    Rabid Member

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    Twincy (pronounced Twinky).
     
  5. Sa967St

    Sa967St Moderator Staff Member

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    The Canadian Cubing Classics last spring was a.k.a. C^3 ('C' cubed) :p
     

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