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Anyone been to IAAPA?

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  • Anyone been to IAAPA?

    This may not be quite the right board to post this question on, but I'm not quite sure where else to turn.

    I know I'm thinking way in advance, but the IAAPA (International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions) convention is coming to Las Vegas in November 2009, and I would very much like to go, since that's relatively close to me. I'm an ACE member (American Coaster Enthusiasts), and as I understand it, ACE members are allowed to go (since it's not really open to the general public). But I don't know how to go about it. Anyone have any advice? How to get tickets? How far in advance? How many days I need to see things? The ACE website does not seem to be very helpful in this information. Any pointers would be appreciated, especially from people who have been there before.
    Does anyone even bother with signatures anymore?

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    Re: Anyone been to IAAPA?

    I suggest you send Lance an e-mail on screamscape.com a question about this. He goes every year.
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