What do i do now??!!!

Discussion in 'Pokémon League' started by giligan, Jul 16, 2008.

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  1. giligan

    giligan New Member

    well i live in a large town in minnesota and i am a huge pokemon fan and player...
    but everytime i wanna play i have to drive 70 miles and with gas prices up and stuff
    im to young to start my own league and no one will play with me... any help?
  2. EeveeLover

    EeveeLover Member Services Administrator

    Do you have any Game shops in your area that might have an interest in starting a League? Any other people that you know that might want to play?

    Unfortunately, sometimes it is not possible to have Leagues in every town, while in some areas there are multiple Leagues in a major city.
  3. giligan

    giligan New Member

    i could make a few calls tomorrow and see...
    if not than i guess pokemon is just not for me
  4. EeveeLover

    EeveeLover Member Services Administrator

    Try the stores near you, also, talk to the League leaders that are in Minnesota, maybe the PTO for the area as well. Maybe they can help steer you in the right direction and give some good advice. If you are really lucky, maybe they can help talk with the stores to get stuff going.

    Good Luck.
  5. bullados

    bullados <a href="http://pokegym.net/forums/showthread.php?

    Also try the local libraries, or pretty much any place that has open tables. One of the most successful Leagues in the country was run out of a Walmart McD's for over a year before moving to some hotdog store.
  6. Heatherdu

    Heatherdu New Member

    If you are too young to start a league yourself, then maybe you can get a parent/guardian involved. If they know that it is important to you then they may be willing to take on the task.
  7. giligan

    giligan New Member

    Thank you all so much for your help!!! XD
    im deffinatly gonna ask around
    : D
  8. EeveeLover

    EeveeLover Member Services Administrator

    Your welcome for the help, it is always good to find people that want to grow the game, instead of waiting for it to come to them.

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