Sat, Apr 09, 2005
This Year's Event Scheduled For October
The US Sport Aviation
Expo staff is working on detailed plans for the 2005 event to be
held from October 27-30 this year at Sebring Regional Airport.
Building on our experience from last year, combined with continual
assistance from EAA, we plan an enlarged event with more exhibits.
Our organization and staff remains much as it was in 2004.
Last October was our first event, and as many people know it was
complicated by three hurricanes that passed over or near Sebring in
the few weeks preceding the Expo. We conducted a survey of all 2004
exhibitors to gain from their experience here last year and to
assure that the event we conduct is as good as it can be for
exhibitors, sponsors and the attending public.
Most of the crew from 2004 will be back for the fall event, with
Roscoe Morton and Vernon Peckham on the announcer stand and most of
our volunteer staff in place.
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