NAC #2 ATLANTA, MARCH 11-13, 1994

NAC #2 ATLANTA, MARCH 11-13, 1994

Post by William Murp » Wed, 22 Dec 1993 10:15:19


North American Cup Event #2 will be held at the Georgia International
Convention Center March 11-13, 1994. This tournament is the only five
event NAC in the 1993-1994 season. The host hotel (Sheraton Gateway) is
attached to the venue and is located five minutes from the Atlanta Airport.
Rooms are available on a first come basis at the rate of $69.00/night.
The telephone number of the Sheraton is: (800) 784-9400.

The schedule is as follows: Friday March 11- Men's Sabre, Women's Epee
                            Saturday March 12- Women's Foil, Men's Epee
                            Sunday March 13- Men's Foil


                              306 CANDLER STREET
                              ATLANTA, GEORGIA  30307-2034
                              PHONE (404) 523-7421

 
 
 

NAC #2 ATLANTA, MARCH 11-13, 1994

Post by STFZ00 » Thu, 23 Dec 1993 18:55:01

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>North American Cup Event #2 will be held at the Georgia International
>Convention Center March 11-13, 1994. This tournament is the only five
>event NAC in the 1993-1994 season. The host hotel (Sheraton Gateway) is
>attached to the venue and is located five minutes from the Atlanta Airport.
>Rooms are available on a first come basis at the rate of $69.00/night.
>The telephone number of the Sheraton is: (800) 784-9400.

>The schedule is as follows: Friday March 11- Men's Sabre, Women's Epee
>                            Saturday March 12- Women's Foil, Men's Epee
>                            Sunday March 13- Men's Foil


>                              306 CANDLER STREET
>                              ATLANTA, GEORGIA  30307-2034
>                              PHONE (404) 523-7421
>.

Everybody please keep in mind that this circuit is particularly
significant in that it is in *ATLANTA*, the host city for the '96
Olympics, as I'm sure everyone is well aware.  Good chance to check
out the local salles, the climate, nightlife, hotels, etc.

-Mer

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