John Barresi

5th annual West Coast Rev Clinic

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Nick, I'd love to do one on the east coast... The real issues are:

1. Covering travel expenses for 1-3 instructors from iQuad.

2. Covering the lost work time (i.e. sufficient registrations).

3. Local (clinic site) planning, logistics, etc.

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Nick, I'd love to do one on the east coast... The real issues are:

1. Covering travel expenses for 1-3 instructors from iQuad.

2. Covering the lost work time (i.e. sufficient registrations).

3. Local (clinic site) planning, logistics, etc.

I understand completely...........Just giving you a hard time :ani_victory:

As a matter of fact, I think you told me the very same thing, last year.

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Nick, I'd love to do one on the east coast... The real issues are:

1. Covering travel expenses for 1-3 instructors from iQuad.

2. Covering the lost work time (i.e. sufficient registrations).

3. Local (clinic site) planning, logistics, etc.

Get all these met and maybe you could be tempted to come to Australia?

Hmmmmmm...

"West Coast Rev Clinic Down Under" now that's got a ring to it.

Could be just wishful thinking but hey, 2 months ago I'd never even heard of Revolution now I fly one!

Rob.

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Hey, I'm up for anything... Love the "down under" idea. :)

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Or even "iQuad on Safari"

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iQuad on Flyabout :)

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I've got it JB, when (not if) you come to Australia it would be "The iQuad Inverted Tour".

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Send a request to the Adelaide committee for 2013. ;)

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I've got it JB, when (not if) you come to Australia it would be "The iQuad Inverted Tour".

We will fly all our routines upsidedown beginning and ending in an inverted hover at the top of the window.

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THERE'S AN ADELAIDE COMMITTEE. How do I get untouched with them?

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I'm not sure if there is a committee, although festivals often have one... A kind word to the organizers wouldn't hurt. :)

More than likely, there's a contact link on their web site.

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