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Contest Seminar

from Brian, N3OC
Website: on February 4, 2005
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The Potomac Valley Radio Club (PVRC) is pleased to invite the participation of your members in our Contest Seminar to be conducted in Fredericksburg, Virginia (about an hour south of D.C. near Route 95) on March 19 and 20. The Seminar is a unique opportunity to enhance contesting skills led by a very accomplished team. Please pass the information to your members who may have interest. Reservations are being accepted now.

Jack Hammett President, Potomac Valley Radio Club

We Have Created What We Consider To Be The Perfect Seminar For Both The New & The Experienced Contester... Take 90 Seconds To See If You Agree

The 10 Closely Guarded Secrets of Contesting...Revealed At last

1. Contest Operating 2. Station Design 3. Towers 4. Grounding 5. Antennas 6. Propagation 7. Contest Technology 8. Contest Dxpeditions 9. RTTY Contesting 10. VHF Contesting

It Sounds Like Hype, But It's True - PVRC's Contesting Seminar Provides Everything You Need To Know About These 10 Contest Areas To Improve Your Score And Your FUN - Even If You've Tried To Before


Learn the important & relevant information you need to know to improve your score, have more FUN, and increase your contesting knowledge!


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Contest Seminar Reply
Anonymous post on February 21, 2005 Mail this to a friend!
While you may learn the 10 most closely guarded secrets at this seminar there is one secret they probably will not mention.

To be a really good top gun need more money than you know what what to do with so that you can buy all the stuff they are going to tell you about at the conference.

That is the 11th secret.
RE: Contest Seminar Reply
by N2MG on March 2, 2005 Mail this to a friend!
Sure it takes an investment. But one does not need to be bled dry to do well.
RE: Contest Seminar Reply
by K7WA on June 8, 2005 Mail this to a friend!
When you look at what people spend on other hobbies, contesting looks like a bargain! A racing gokart starts at about $5K, not counting the pickup and trailer you need to haul it around. How about a bass fishing boat, motor, etc, or 4WD and ORVs for the family? And we don't have entry fees each time we go out to play like golf, tennis, or whatever.

You can start cheap, and add hardware over the years as needed - it's a bargain!
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