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December 31 2011 at 3:32 PM
Gordon  (Login ORTitan)
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Response to the web site is now fully operational for the AAFTA 2012 Nationals

Ronnie,

The pages look excellent!

Maybe we need to let folks know that Flying in to the Eugene Airporthttp://www.flyeug.com/

could be a very good option for many. There are direct flights from Denver, Salt Lake City, Kansas City and others.

Eugene is the second largest Metro area of Oregon and is much easier to navigate than the Portland Metro area, and about 120 miles closer to Grants Pass. Some times it is even cheaper than flying to Portland.

People flying in from abroad would probably be better served to go to Portland and then rent a car and drive down. They would be looking at about 3, 3.5 hours to do so. The drive is more scenic than the commute from Northern California. happy.gif Just my biased opinion of course!

Thank you for you and your wife's hard work on this!


 
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