into google maps and click to the satellite view. The two buildings just south of the green arrow are where the 350 covered display spaces are.32.566102, -95.860090
Some advantages I see to doing a Cubfest there:
- Space is essentially unlimited.
- Somebody else is already taking care of parking, rest rooms, other basic facilities.
- Food vendors on site reduces/eliminates need to plan most meals.
- Lots of room for RVs (hookups available for a fee).
- More than adequate motel availability.
- No full shop available, eliminates big projects like clutch replacement etc.
- There probably is no place available for plowing or other "earth turning" activities (need to check that).
- Anyone that doesn't bring an exhibit has to pay admission. However the admission is less than we each usually throw in the hat to cover the porta-cans at a Cubfest.
- Being among other people removes some of the "intimacy" of a typical Cubfest.
So, here are my questions:
- Anyone wish to give comments or suggestions regarding a Cubfest at a show? ConnectiCubFest comes close to the same situation, participants in it have any insight?
- Who thinks they are likely to attend, given the date, location and type of show?