Peter Markavage manualman at juno.com
Thu Apr 20 02:02:41 EDT 2006

The ticket sales they talk about on the web site, i.e. April 4th date and
11th date, are referring to the non vendor attendees. I tracked down the
flea market chairman Tuesday evening, 4/18, and spoke with him by phone
at his home. He is in the process of going through all the flea market
vendor requests as quickly as he can and preparing the vendor packets for
mailing. He anticipates the first "large" batch of vendor packets will
ship this Saturday, 4/22, and will continue on until all vendor requests
and packets are completed. I also made him well aware, along with their
Chairman, of our frustration and concerns with absolutely zero feedback
to many of our e-mails and no vendor news or updates on their web site. I
think I unloaded both barrels, so probably my vendor packet will arrive
in July.

Joe, make sure you bring comfortable walking shoes. Even though we doom
and gloom, you will have a good time and hopefully we'll all get there
too. You may need to keep a reasonable leash on your wallet. 

Pete, wa2cwa

On Wed, 19 Apr 2006 23:59:41 EDT W4AWM at aol.com writes:
> Hi Joe,
> The main thing I can tell you is that if you don't have motel 
> reservations, 
> start hunting now.  They tend to go fast, especially the cheap??? 
> ones!
> I don't know what is going on with advance ticket sales, but I 
> haven't 
> received mine yet and I don't know anyone else who has.  According 
> to their web 
> site, requests received prior to April 4th were mailed on April 
> 11th. The mail  
> around here isn't that slow!
> You will have a good time, especially since it is your first Dayton. 
> The 
> restrooms are crowded, the on site food is edible but expensive, but 
> you can stand 
> it for a few days.
> 73 and have a great trip.
> John,  W4AWM

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