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2009 North American National Championships

by David Kuck, North American OP Coordinator

3rd December 2009

Thank you for your patience! The Continuing Committee is pleased to announce the "2009" United States National Championships! We realize it's early 2010, but bear with us!

Both of these events - like all other National Events - are K-32 (formerly Level 2) events, and will reward the winner with a Day 1 Round 1 bye into the 2010 North American Continental Championship at GenCon Indy 2010! In addition, there will be other exclusive prizes to be announced soon.

US West National Championship
High level organized play returns to the west coast! The 2009 United States West National Championship will be held on Saturday, January 2, 2010 at 2:30pm during Phoenix Tournament -- THE Star Trek CCG event of the year in SoCal. In addition to the US West National Championship, there will be two side events. A morning "TBD" :-) event and a post-Championship Tribbles throw-down that you do not want to miss!

Date: January 2, 2010
Time: 10am - 10pm with the National Championship starting at 2:30pm.
Location: Arby's, 4984 Shawline St, San Diego CA 92111 (Live the dream and eat all three of your meals there!)
Entry Fee: $10
Prizes: TBD promos as well as a truckload of other prizes!

US East National Championship
Land of Origins. Former land of Star Trek CCG Continentals. Ohio puts itself back on the organized play map by hosting the US East National Championship! Stay tuned for more details!

Date: January 23, 2010
Location: The Guardtower, Columbus, OH
Entry Fee: $10
Prizes: TBD promos and more!

More information to come
For more information about the US East Nationals, please contact Charlie Plaine (MidnightLich), and for more information about the US West Nationals, please contact Dan Hamman (SirDan)

Keep an eye on the Tournament Page and the Tournament Board for more information about these exciting high-level events!

-djl-


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