Central Regional Series - Je n'existe pas?

Discussion in 'Trials' started by motobene, Sep 22, 2013.

  1. motobene

    motobene Motoing for 44 years

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    I took my first look this morning at the 2013 results for Senior Expert and noticed I wasn't listed! Yet I distinctly remember being all gung-ho about it, discussing it with Willard, and filling out a form at the year's first event at Meunster, TX. I think I wrote one check for the event and central regionals at once, but I can't remember exactly.

    I've been able to attend four events so far and plan to attend two more at Peru, KS. Be a shame to not be counted at all over a mix-up. I'd also like to roll the ranch into one of the annual event venues for a 2-day.

    Just talked with my wife about it. She has a great memory for when things get done (or that they get done at all). She was there that day with the dogs and says, "Yup, I remember you filling out the form and paying."

    Who can I contact to get this straightened out? I can just do it next week in Peru, KS, I recon.
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  2. tifferes

    tifferes Adventurer

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    I believe Jason Carpenter from MATT is in charge of the CRTC and would have been to one to receive your entry form. I don't have his contact info, maybe someone else here can PM you...Sting? We did some finishing touches today at Peru. Hope you can make it, should be fun!

    WB
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  3. motobene

    motobene Motoing for 44 years

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    Sting's taking care of me on Jason's contact info.

    Thanks, all.
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  4. Sting32

    Sting32 Trials Evangelist

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    Sparse as all get out type of turnout at Texas, I cannot recall who took the money for CRTC, as I dont think carpenters were there. Im sure Keith Lewis helped in some way, being good friends with carpenters.
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