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Hey guys,
Im not an ISSCA member yet, but considering joining. How much is Nationals registration for members? For non-members I read its $160? Thanks a bunch
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Brian,
Would you be bringing your car from California for the Nats? If not you wouldn't need a competition license.
 
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No, Im actually from the Chicago area and just out in California for the winter. :cool: I'm going to be back in Chicago all summer, and Id love to come to the nats, check out some baddd b and d bodies and get in on some autocross and road racing, since I havent gotten the chance yet! Id love to enter, and $160 for non members is defintely a fair price, but Id also like to be a ISSCA member, and if Id get all those perks, plus a discount on the entry fee, Im all for it!
 
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Brian;

Yes, it's $160 for a non-ISSCA member to attend, a slight increase over what members would pay. Basically it's an incentive to join ISSCA for only $3 more. We want you in the club!

That $160 includes your event fees, your competition license, and an adult buffet ticket for the awards ceremony.

ISSCA Members would pay the following:
Event Fee: $70.00
Competition License: $35.00
Additional Adult Buffet Ticket: $18.00
Total = $123.00

Now I'm no rocket scientist but I know that $160 minus $123 is a $37 vig for non-members.

Since ISSCA Membership for 1 year is only $40, it's a good reason to join ISSCA for a year. It will only cost an extra $3 and you will get the ISSCA SScene (Impala magazine)plus access to the ISSCA Forum, among other benefits. So if you pay $163 you go to the event as a member, and you can pay $160 and not be a member. Sounds like a no-brainer to me.

Please go to www.goissca.org for more info and to register.

Hope to see you at Indy!

Regards,

Bill
ISSCA Public Relations Officer
[email protected]
 
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Originally posted by BIG KAHUNA ****e

Brian,
Would you be bringing your car from California for the Nats? If not you wouldn't need a competition license.
Im moving back to Chicago for the summer, so I'll be driving my car down from there. Does that mean I wouldnt need to buy the $35 competition license? I'm a little confused.
 
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Originally posted by chicagoareabmx:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by BIG KAHUNA ****e

Brian,
Would you be bringing your car from California for the Nats? If not you wouldn't need a competition license.
Im moving back to Chicago for the summer, so I'll be driving my car down from there. Does that mean I wouldnt need to buy the $35 competition license? I'm a little confused. </font>[/QUOTE]The competition license is NEEDED to compete in ANY event. No car = no competition license needed. Does that clear it up?
 
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Haha yeah thanks! I guess I wouldnt see the point in entering if I wasnt bringing my car, so I didnt think of it that way. Most likely see you guys there!
 
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