[eDebate] Apply for the Val Browning Round Robin! Good times!
Tue Oct 28 14:21:50 CDT 2008
Please join us for the 13th annual Val Browning Round (1/17-1/18, 2009)!
The Quality of the Competition:
? Kentucky Style Round Robin ? 8 prelim rounds & No elims ? teams ranked in order.
? Competitive Application Process
? The VERY best judging in the West
? NDT style debate facilities
? 2nd oldest NDT-CEDA style Round Robin in The United States
The Economics of the Experience:
? No entry fees for teams that FLY here
? All lunches and dinners are catered!
? No need to rent a car ? all facilities are concentrate in the convention center
? Incredible hospitality for competitors and judges
? $65 dollar a night for a three-and-a-half star hotel!
The Uniqueness of the Journey:
? Gorgeous Wasatch Mountains, close to skiing and casinos
? Familiarity with D2 & D9 critics (many of whom will be at CEDA Nationals being held at Idaho State)
? ?Coach of the Year? Award!
? Beautiful team trophies and speaker awards.
? View the incredible history of the Val at: www.weberdebate.com
How to Apply:
We have 9 slots available. We currently have a number of applications. In order to apply, please send me an email (oguevara at hotmail.com) with the competitive record of the team you would like to apply. Try to limit the fact pattern to recent events (i.e. this year), but if you need to you can highlight competitive successes from last year as well. Please apply no later than NOVEMBER 15.
The selection committee will be comprised of Aaron Hardy, Steve Pointer, and myself. After the committee has had a chance to review and rank the applications, I will post a list of attendees no later than December 1st.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
My Best to all,
Omar G Guevara II
Director of Forensics
Department of Communication
College of Arts & Humanities
Weber State University
Oguevara at hotmail.com
Oguevara at weber.edu
PLEASE VISIT: WWW.WEBERDEBATE.COM
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