20th Annual NASC™ - Airfares Drop
After a rise in airfares in many areas over
the past couple of weeks, prices have dropped again. The biggest decline in
prices were from Tulsa and Oklahoma City, where fares had risen to more
than $420. Round trip tickets from both of those places can now be had for
$279. That same price is available from Dallas, which is better than I have
seen in several years, and Little Rock is only $280. Here is a list of
other current fares:
Baltimore - $280, Austin - $241, Saint Louis - $230, Philadelphia, Kansas
City, Indianapolis, Houston and Detroit - all at $250. Las Vegas - $160,
Los Angeles - $186, Long Beach - $204, Ontario, CA - $214, Portland and
Seattle/Tacoma - $204, and Phoenix - $219. If you are looking for a room
and airfare package, the best deals can be found at www.aavacations.com.
Good luck to everyone who is playing in one of the many Labor Day
tournaments around the country this weekend.
If you have been enjoying the "blast from the past", here is the
next "Picture Of The Day", a collection of memorable photos from
the NASC™. I hope you enjoy them and would appreciate your help in putting
together a pictorial history of the NASC™ Tournament by sending copies of
any pictures you may have taken at the Tournament over the years. Thanks to
Ann Harrell, who has posted previous editions on the newsletters section of
her web site, which you can visit by clicking eshuffleboard.com.
Dan Glasscock & Eddie Brayman
If you are planning on attending the
tournament, but have not signed up yet, you can register online with a
credit card or PayPal by clicking www.2009nasc.com.
To print Tournament forms and information, please use the following links: Registration
of Events, and General
Information. If you have never been to the NASC™, there has
never been a better time to find out why, over the past ten years, more
players have attended the NASC™ than any other tournament.
If you need help making air or hotel reservations, or have any questions
about the tournament, please call The Shuffleboard Federation at
John McDermott, Tournament Director