Dear Students, Coaches, Mentors, Parents, Grads,
You are invited to participate in a Wright Stuff event at the AMA Nationals, US Indoor Championship, in Johnson City, TN on May 28 and 29, 2010. Whether you are a competitive or fun flyer, come and join your fellow Wright Stuff flyers and coaches from around the country and give Wright Stuff a great send-off. You will learn a thing or two. You will have a blast. You will meet many others who share in your interest for Wright Stuff.
You will compete in a premier flying site that annually holds the AMA Nationals, US Indoor Championship. The ceiling height is 120'. The competition will be serious, but in a fun and casual atmosphere. Bring your current plane. Or if you are daring, build a new one more suited for high ceilings.
Come and meet those who have participated in this forum. It will be good to put a face to the words.
Perhaps you are a passionate Wright Stuff flyer but your team did not make to the States or to the Nationals. This is your chance to continue your flying.
Perhaps you are a coach, mentor, or parent who has caught the Wright Stuff bug and have not only enjoyed coaching your students but also enjoyed building and flying your own planes. Come and join those who also share this passion.
Perhaps you are the State champion, or the National champion. Come and compete against those Wright Stuff flyers who might give you even stiffer competition.
Perhaps you are interested in continuing your indoor flying to the next level. Come and learn from the best. You will meet the best indoor flyers from around the country -- people who are US and World Champions. People who have been flying indoor models for 50 years but also those who are beginners.
You may also want to build a pennyplane or F1L EZB and compete in other events. If you have the will, you can do it. All experts were beginners at one time.
This invitation goes to all Wright Stuff participants, students, coaches, mentors, and parents. It is all of you who have made Wright Stuff the great event it has been over the years.
All Wright Stuff participants can sign up when they arrive. Both AMA and National Free Flight Society entry forms will be available. Joining the AMA is only $1.00 for Juniors, and NFFS charges $10.00 per event. Wright Stuff flying will take place over two days, on the mornings of May 28 and 29, 2010. But note that flying on May 29 is contingent on enough interest to fly an “open” event with unlimited rubber.
For information and questions, please contact the 2010 AMA Nationals, USIC Contest Director Carl Bakay firstname.lastname@example.org
I will also answer any questions you have on this forum. Feel free to respond to this post or send a private email to me.