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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 9:12 pm 
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How's this?

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 9:40 pm 
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PSD: http://vermontracing.com/remote_posting ... rounds.psd

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PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 11:33 pm 
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I think the 2nd one is slightly better; it blends the old/new well, and puts some of the "house choice" cars right in front, advertising the show.


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Depending on the actual number of vendors, I think spliting them up might fill the show as opposed to everything being in one location. Of course, one issue with this is that if there is a perception that one area of the show is better than another, some vendors will not be happy. For this reason, we need to make sure that all sections of the show is a "place to be".

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I like the second on as well but for the line of non-class.cars would be cool to grab golfs when they come in and show them off mk1 to mk6 or something like that

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In the second image, there are two rows of various cars. The one up front should be a good representation of the good cars at the show while the one by the vendors can be MK1 to MK6.... which would be a great line up for whatever VW rolls out of the barn on Sunday (add the new car to the end).

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I didn't even see the one near the road... but yeah agree with that Steve!

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I had Chris' to start from.... it is easy to modify, hard to create. ;)

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Steve, and that's why I posted it that way. :)

So we all agree that Steve's is closest to being the way we want it as of now. So we'll go with that, and Anthony wanted to put the New Beetle's near the air cooleds, and not by the MK4's, so those need to be put somewhere too. Perhaps, NB go in the MK4 overflow area?

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So we'll go with that, and Anthony wanted to put the New Beetle's near the air cooleds, and not by the MK4's, so those need to be put somewhere too. Perhaps, NB go in the MK4 overflow area?


I would only want to use the overflow if we have to.... seems it will turn into the DMZ portion of the show... no one wants to be there.

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