|Subject:||[CQ-Contest] Re: How's 'bout a DX "Sprint"? (Ron Notarius WN3VAW)|
|From:||Walter O'Brien / W2WJO <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Wed, 17 Mar 2004 15:49:00 -0500|
what a GREAT idea!!!! i really enjoy the DX contests, but can't stay at it 48 hours straight, and unless I do I'm not going to be competetive. I still have a lot of fun... but 24 hours, I could manage that!.
Heck, I was just brainstorming with an old friend a few months back, talking about starting a fun contest, the next day I stumbled into some other guys doing the same but a few big steps ahead of us, and they needed reps in my state, so we signed up, and the Mid-Atlantic QSO Party began to grow, and the response has been incredible...
It CAN be done, with or without the help of CQ or ARRL, but I think for a DX 24 hour thing their help would be useful. Personally, I think it should be completely separate, a whole new contest... plenty of room for another great DX contest.... IMHO
Good luck with it, if you start keeping a list, put me on it!!!!
73, Walter W2WJO future top scorer, WN3VAW DX Sprint <G>
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