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    thought i might book a room at the comfort suites in cullman for the classic. i thought $149 per night was a little high...went back and checked the dates for the same room a month before the classic and the rate quoted was $114 per night. that's an extra $105 over a three night stay.

    the hampton inn seems to be doing the same. a three night stay in mid-july totaled $339. the same three nights during the classic will set you back $490.

    it may be time to re-think whether or not it is worth it to attend the classic.

    maybe learning a little something from the folks in Paris?
    Last edited by carlosii; 04-03-2013, 03:33 PM.

  • #2
    I agree some of the towns are jacking up the rates 30% over normal. I am not going to pay 110.00 night for a room on top of traveling 12 hrs one way and entry fee of 275.00. I believe ASA needs to address this situation.

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    • #3
      I always check hotwire prices first, then call reservations and compare the prices. I got my room in WM for $58 per night thru the hotel and Paris $57 per night thru hotwire.

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      • #4
        Im seriously thinking about finding a campground near by and dragging my Travel Trailer 8 hours down there.. Might be cheaper in the long run depending on gas prices..

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        • #5
          Originally posted by tagmaster10 View Post
          I always check hotwire prices first, then call reservations and compare the prices. I got my room in WM for $58 per night thru the hotel and Paris $57 per night thru hotwire.
          There is one close.....I believe it's called Smith Lake

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          • #6
            cabins

            Originally posted by bhtr3d View Post
            There is one close.....I believe it's called Smith Lake
            I rent a cabin at Smith Lake. It was like $75. We stayed there last year, and we are staying there this year too.

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            • #7
              I need to book my hotel room also. Does the shooting start on the 1st? Trying to figure out if I should get a room for the night before also.

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              • #8
                Yupper, the regular competition shoot dates are Sat, the 1st, and Sunday, the 2nd. It would be well worth while gittin there a day early, shoot a little bit on the animal practice range, or the Simms known yardage shoot, and then kick back, and git a good nights sleep on Friday night. Don't rush yerself Saturday mornin, just kinda git up without a alarm, have some good grunts fer a late breakfast, and git to the shoot siight in time enough to warm up a little bit on the practice bags before the shoot.

                Have a safe trip without falling, shoot good, and have fun !!!

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                • #9
                  Elkie forgot the team shoot friday afternoon...

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                  • #10
                    Sorry Shadowrider, CRS done set in again, and like they say "two geezers heads is better than one" --- Ol' Carlosii was on the ball, and caught my ohmission --- the team shoot, yup, is a good fun event --- gives y'all yardage practice, shootin practice, and lottsa commerodarary fun stuff too.

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                    • #11
                      Thanks for the info. So it sounds like its in the same format as the one in Newberry then.

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                      • #12
                        A little bit, but team shoot starts on thursday....which is the pro/am.....friday is the team am/am...... also the city has a street carnival that goes on friday evening.....just to name a few things

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