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« Reply #15 on: December 02, 2014, 10:25:58 PM »

Good for him!  Except perhaps for the top couple in a country it should be a buyer's market....

well the big event is on the week-end in Australia, the last for the year.  We are dancing a different age group as well as the WDSF adults. Pricing to attend the event is outrageous $195 for table seats and general seating is $100....they need to move to a cheaper venue
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« Reply #16 on: December 03, 2014, 03:48:10 AM »

Good for him!  Except perhaps for the top couple in a country it should be a buyer's market....

well the big event is on the week-end in Australia, the last for the year.  We are dancing a different age group as well as the WDSF adults. Pricing to attend the event is outrageous $195 for table seats and general seating is $100....they need to move to a cheaper venue
... or make less profit?  Nah.... Smiley
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« Reply #17 on: December 03, 2014, 06:54:39 AM »

Good for him!  Except perhaps for the top couple in a country it should be a buyer's market....

well the big event is on the week-end in Australia, the last for the year.  We are dancing a different age group as well as the WDSF adults. Pricing to attend the event is outrageous $195 for table seats and general seating is $100....they need to move to a cheaper venue
... or make less profit?  Nah.... Smiley


it cost I believe 350,000 to hold in that venue and then running the WDSF events you have to pay the judges and their accommodation entry price is $195 for a table seat on the Sunday and cheapest is $117.00 ridiculous
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