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Thread: DeLorean Convention and Show (DCS_2020) - Initial Planning

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    Rich,

    As you're aware both Nashville and Pigeon Forge were successful events in the past. There are other TN cities that are great places to visit which could accommodate the group at a reasonable cost. Let me know if I can assist.
    Kirk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delorean02378 View Post
    Rich,

    As you're aware both Nashville and Pigeon Forge were successful events in the past. There are other TN cities that are great places to visit which could accommodate the group at a reasonable cost. Let me know if I can assist.
    I absolutely second this
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    I have always wanted to scope out Nashville. And I'm sure there's a gastroenterologist that would love to scope out me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SamHill View Post
    I have always wanted to scope out Nashville. And I'm sure there's a gastroenterologist that would love to scope out me.
    I'm not a gastroenterologist, but for you I would make an exception.

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    Missouri anyone?

    Quote Originally Posted by lazabby View Post
    Missouri would be good. That's a central location.
    One idea for a future DCS type convention location could be Branson, Missouri. Plenty of tourist stops, shows and lodging especially during the summer months plus being just north of the Ozarks so plenty of scenery and lakes to visit. Might be an idea to partner with the Branson Travel Agencies in the area as they might be of assistance. Not sure if there is a large enough convention facility there to house an inside show as the temps and humidity may be a bit high in August. Just a thought... I would be inclined as I have a 4 hour drive there and back home to scope out and research locations for a central USA event.

    Branson is home to the Silver Dollar City amusement park which is nationally recognized. Might be a cool event to have a car show there since our DeLoreans are silver right? They hold a Moonlight Madness (open until midnight) event in late July / early August.

    I made DCS 2016 in Springfield and it was a great event for my father and I listening to all the informative talks and seeing everyone's hard work on their cars! I hope the event lives on for many years to come.

    *10 minute laters... yes, they do have a convention center: https://www.bransoncc.com/

    Hmm.... I feel I'm going to get myself in trouble soon so I better stop...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    I'm not a gastroenterologist, but for you I would make an exception.
    Sounds like a good potential demo for DCS. Bring a raincoat, folks.

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