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2016 Points Cards

Postby Kurt Rahn » Thu Oct 01, 2015 9:52 am

Today's the day I begin accepting points card renewals. If you purchase a new points card, it'll be good for the rest of 2015 and all of 2016. What a bargain!

Just a refresher on how this process works. Between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31 you can renew your number and secure it for the next year. To purchase a points card, go here: http://www.solo2.com/purchasePointsCard.htm. To see which numbers are available, you can visit here: http://tinyurl.com/zg9ruqf. Unfortunately, since we don't have a database anymore, this list may not be completely up to date given how many renewals I will be getting.

On Jan. 1, your number is fair game and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. The exception to this is the numbers in the protected range (1-199), which I will assign to people at my discretion based on a) how much you've competed in the last couple years, b) whether you are a competitor at national events where not having to have a new number made would be a benefit to you, and c) MOST IMPORTANTLY, how much you've assisted the region by contributing at events and generally being helpful. For instance, if you're the one helping clean up after the events, or you're the one volunteering to work the ProSolo challenges, or you're the first one to raise your hand when something is needed, your help will be rewarded. And vice versa.

Also please note that if you have a 1-199 number and haven't competed locally in the last three years, barring extenuating circumstances, your number will be made available. In other words, number squatting is no longer allowed.
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Re: 2016 Points Cards

Postby Justin Erickson » Mon Nov 02, 2015 3:20 pm

Once we've purchased a points card how soon should we expect to hear back about a chosen number?
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Re: 2016 Points Cards

Postby Eddie Atherton » Mon May 02, 2016 10:11 am

Justin Erickson wrote:Once we've purchased a points card how soon should we expect to hear back about a chosen number?

I have the same question.

Also the link to the current points card list above takes you to a private Google Drive location, so the list isn't visible.

Cheers,
Eddie

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Re: 2016 Points Cards

Postby Kurt Rahn » Wed May 04, 2016 5:15 pm

Processing them this afternoon.
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