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Where do you think US Nationals 2010 should be held?

Where should the US nationals be held next? In your opinion


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Kit Clement

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The Motor City Open, held back in April, was completely dominated by the Canadians
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there were a lot of kids from Ohio too
In terms of the winners, Canadians dominated, that's what I was implying.

sorry I thought it said Northwest.

I change my vote to Mid-West.


I know this is a dumb question, but how do I create a new thread?

Does this one beat my post?
No it doesn't. I just joined the forums two days ago. I am not familiar with everything. At least I know where the northeast of our COUNTRY is.
Two days and you still haven't figured out how to create a new thread? This is a forum, not rocket science.
If only every new member wouldn't figure out where the new topic button is.
 

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i would vote for ny. easy for europeans to get there, and although i've already been there and would like to visit somewhere else in the us, it would be a relatively cheap place for me to get to.
 

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The South would be nice, having competitions here also would be nice
It gets quite hot in the south during the summer. All the more reason for north-east.
+1

I think Connecticut would be great. You could rent out the Connecticut Convention center, and have it there. Connecticut is easy to get to from the rest of NE, and the Convention center would be a great venue. You could fly into Bradley, Boston, New York, I think this has potential.

Edit: Here's the link for the center, http://www.ctconventions.com/index.php
 
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the south isnt that hot i know i live in south texas, its good conditions, it also rains alot in houston, so...plus the heat in good for lube
 

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I am voting for detroit, not just because it's a neighboring state of mine, but because it's pretty much the center of the U.S. , it's relatively cheap (definitely cheaper than NY.), and it doesn't get that hot in august the average temperature July-August is 71.

While it obviously doesn't have as much to do as NY or DC, it is the optimal place for people who would just be going for the tournament because of the points I made before.
 

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Kit Clement

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He should have used the search function!
Maybe he meant "center" in terms of population, but I still don't think that Detroit would be the center anyway. >.>
 

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I am voting for detroit, not just because it's a neighboring state of mine, but because it's pretty much the center of the U.S. , it's relatively cheap (definitely cheaper than NY.), and it doesn't get that hot in august the average temperature July-August is 71.
Well then I vote for Lebanon, Kansas. I would assume it would be VERY cheap and it is directly in the center of the US.
 
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