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Subject: NE already has several double-feis weekends, and while they do not share a venue they almost always team up to hire judges and split their travel expenses. I'm not sure sharing a venue would produce any additional savings since these are normally rented by the day.

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Date Posted: 05:21:37 08/16/17 Wed
In reply to: Could we just need a change in approach? 's message, "I'm wondering if it's time to leverage resources across schools (more inside)" on 05:06:41 08/16/17 Wed

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[> [> [> Subject: Hmm. That might be true for schools, but for hotels, Sunday ballroom costs are often discounted quite a bit if both days are taken - Saturdays are a bigger day for hotels so if you book the weekend it's a bonus for them (plus a 2-day event will normally mean more overnight guests for the hotel). Might be worth looking into

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Date Posted: 05:39:42 08/16/17 Wed

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[> [> [> [> Subject: Since many venues in NE use schools, I wonder if that would reduce costs even further.

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Date Posted: 07:10:48 08/16/17 Wed

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