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Re: Re: TBIS

> I am a member of TBIS and have never heard mention we would have a
> convention to compete with AIS. This was always the one point we made
> clear it would never ever in any way interfere with the AIS national
> convention. Besides it's a pre-convention tour and if that tour would
> interfere with the present convention in a given year the tour is
> cancelled and only a board meeting will come to pass.
> Jim Loveland who loves all iris but is a member of TBIS
    The 2001 AIS Convention is in Pennsylvania, with headquarters 
in suburban Baltimore.

	The 2002 AIS Convention is in Memphis.

     The 2003 AIS Convention is in NOVA.

	If Salem was a pre-convention tour, how far in advance do they 
plan this type of tour? . . . not trying to be smart, but just asking 
because Salem is way on down the road.  There were pre-
convention tours in 98 in OK(before the convention in OKC in 99) 
and in Dallas in 99 (before the convention there this year).  The 
Salem tour seemed to be in competition.  An abbreviated 
convention such as Salem naturally costs less, but the air fare for 
some might have skyrocketed the costs.  Fare will always vary 
depending on 'where you are coming from' and when you 
purchased your ticket.

	HIPS Happenings, Median Musters, Siberian conventions are 
occasional conventions and not yearly functions.  Regional 
meetings/tours/conventions occur in all twenty-four regions 
annually or should.

	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS 7/8 USA

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