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Question: OK I am trying to see if we have enough interest to get Bendix to set up a bus system brake class for us. At roughly $250 to $300 per person how many would be willing to attend it? Also maybe they could set up several in different regions.
Maybe Southern IN, KY or Middle TN? - 8 (30.8%)
Maybe East Coast (NJ area)? - 3 (11.5%)
SE like Southern GA or FL? - 8 (30.8%)
Midwest MO, IA  or ? - 3 (11.5%)
West AZ, CA, OR, WA ? - 4 (15.4%)
Total Voters: 23

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Author Topic: How many would attend a Brake School, if we can get 1 tailored to buses?  (Read 2244 times)
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« Reply #15 on: August 20, 2008, 01:34:58 PM »

Jack why have something of this caliber after the rally? I think it would make for great seminar AT the rally!  ;)Ace

Unless I mis-read BK's original post on the other thread, it is a full 2 day course. Since Bendix gets $250 per person, it would not be open to any of those who attended the rally except those that paid an additional $250.  We don't have anyplace availble at the Turner Center that could be used all day for 2 days, unless we rent the small building (I think they get $250 per day for the building).  JacK
PS: If we can get someone to give a 2-3 hour seminar on air brakes, that would make a GREAT Seminar.
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