Sun, Sep 12, 2004
Sebring (FL) escaped wrath of Hurricane Frances, event to take
place as scheduled
The USSAE reports that, "We are very pleased to report that we
escaped the brunt of Hurricane Frances and planning continues for
the US Sport Aviation Expo, scheduled for the period October 28th
through the 31st at Sebring Regional Airport in Sebring, Florida.
Though the 'eye' passed over the airport, damage was limited and
should have no impact on the event.
We are excited that Tom Poberenzy, EAA President, will attend
our event. Also attending are John and Martha King of King Schools,
who along with several others, will be presenting forums arranged
by EAA. We are also pleased that 105 exhibit spaces have been
reserved by 87 different exhibitors. We had exhausted the planned
outside display sites and have now expanded to include more so that
we can meet the needs of even more businesses. We do still have a
limited number of inside exhibit spaces."
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