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Manhattan Competition? (NYC)

brandbest1

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I've been thinking about organizing a competition in Manhattan sometime in 2013 or 2014. The venue will most likely be Stuyvesant High School, the school I attend. I just wanted to see how many people are interested.

And yes, I know that competitions in the city can be quite expensive for me.
 

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I will probably be retired by then. Work out the details and then send an email to Tim and me. It would be highly advisable to do an unofficial competition first.

I feel like between Brandon, Eric, and I, we have enough experience at competitions to not have an unofficial one first.
It just seems like so much work to do an unofficial competition first, then have to do the exact same thing again.
 

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I feel like between Brandon, Eric, and I, we have enough experience at competitions to not have an unofficial one first.
It just seems like so much work to do an unofficial competition first, then have to do the exact same thing again.

You each have a lot of competing experience, but none of you really help out at competitions. If you guys had been judging, scrambling, and helping out at the comps you come to, I'd be a lot more inclined to agree. But none of you have demonstrated that you have what it takes to organize and run your own competition.
 
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