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Re: nppl Miami

In Reply to: Re: nppl Miami posted by jm on November 12, 2003 at 23:02:54:


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Posted by:
_Hollywood_

on November 12, 2003 at 23:17:54

Anywhere you go, you are going to have thieves. And the hell of it is, most of them are members of the paintball community.

The location of the event is a factor, yes, but not as big a factor as you indicate. There have been significant thefts from Atlantic City, Chicago, Orlando, Skyball, the IAO, and just about every other major and regional tournament since the days of the NSG, back in the 80's.

You're PO'd because you got ripped off, and I understand that. But it's not totally the city and/or location.

But since the PSP has Disney, maybe Pure Promotions and the NPPL can talk with the folks at Universal, and hold the event in Orlando next year.

"Hollywood"

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