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SNCCC Fall Show / 7 Tables Left

Jerry Vergatos

SNCCC STAFF
CCA MEMBER
SNCCC MEMBER
Apr 18, 2023
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Buckeye, AZ
Attention Dealers

We have 7 tables remaining in what is sure to be a great show. We have already contracted 37 tables and have room for 7 more. We are in a larger room than last year (Arizona Room) and have many new and exciting activities to make this a fun Show.

We have radio ads scheduled, a live CY Interview podcast with Chris Yandek conducting interviews with invited guests, Facebook Live with Ron Gaudette, and numerous VIPs visiting throughout the show.

All Attendees will receive a goody bag with donated casino memorabilia items from our Club members as well as 2 free drawings on both days with some great prizes.

We will be having a silent auction and a personal chip of the year contest and a 50/50 raffle

These activities and more are planned to make this an even greater show than last year. THE BEST IS YET TO COME

For more dealer information please contact:

Jerry Vergatos Show Chairman at vergatos@msn.com
 
Thanks, Mitch for the endorsement. I guarantee it will be bigger and better than last year
 

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I think that the "free Admission" is a great idea!! those of us that pay to enter are already "in the hobby", this promotes the hobby by bringing in folks to experience it that may not have come having to pay. The CCA should look at such a promotion after all exposing "new prospects" to the hobby is how it will grow.
 
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