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From: hplabs!polstra!jdp (John Polstra)
Subject: Re AHA club contest
Date: 1990-03-12 18:53:23 GMT

> Has anyone heard the outcome of the AHA "Hail to Ale" club contest.

Yes, but I cannot remember who took first, second, and third places.
I mostly just noticed that it wasn't I :-(. I do remember that they had
entries from 47 clubs, a new record.

You can call them up to find out who won. If you had been one of the
winners, I think you would have heard from them by now.

> Is the AHA just slow?

"Unprofessional" is the word I would use. I just got my judging sheets
back from the AHA on Friday, March 9. All they had to do was address
an envelope and stick the judging sheets into it. If the $5 contest
entry fee wasn't enough to cover doing that in a timely manner, then
they should have charged more.

The people at AHA headquarters seem very nice, but their level of
service during this contest was, in my opinion, pathetic.

[ Claimer: All opinions expressed here are those of my employer, who is
owned by me ;-) ]

- John Polstra jdp@polstra.uucp
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