City Championship Dates and Details Announced

Discussion in 'City Championships' started by meganium45, Sep 30, 2004.

  1. meganium45

    meganium45 New Member

    OK! the PTOs are starting to get some info on the upcoming City Championships!

    They will be held between November 20th and January 23rd....

    Admission is FREE - yes, I said it FREE!!!

    Looks as if there will be prizes for the top 4 slots - and a medal to each City Championship winner.

    Looks like everyone will only get to win ONE city Championship

    Prize structure - for each age division is...

    half box and medal to winner
    9 packs to second
    3rd and 4th 4 packs each

    everyone who participates gets a POP Pack and a Promo Card!

    Not bad for FREE!!!

    Looking at Weekend after Thanksgiving for St. Peters, MO; December Date for Memphis - and January date for St. Louis!

    Should be LOADS of fun - will be a draft after-event at each of my events - $12.00 entry - using the latest set, with prizes for each draft!

    You've been to my events before - you know the drill - door prizes and a lot of fun!

    Also - we are going to be doing a teaching/deck mech clinic at each of my city championships starting 90 minutes before each event! Making sure all the decks are legal, and all the new players are ready to play!


    Last edited: Sep 30, 2004
  2. mysterioustrainer

    mysterioustrainer New Member

    Ah shoot I already posted in News and Discussion

    Also M45, your information is a slight bit inaccurate, there is also VIP Prize packages awarded onsite of each city championships and it is a "possiblity" that one person can only win one city.
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2004
  3. Dragon Lady

    Dragon Lady New Member

    any city stuff coming my way?????
  4. mysterioustrainer

    mysterioustrainer New Member

    The schedule probably wont be out for about a month or so. We just learned of these details yesterday. However knowing M45 there, I am sure he will have your area covered.
    Last edited: Sep 30, 2004

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