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View Poll Results: Division of Tennessee Chapter into east, central, and west regions
Brilliant! That's exactly what we should do... 5 100.00%
Ain't got no opinion - my spouse has my truck. 0 0%
No way! It makes things too complicated... 0 0%
I thank we oughta divide 'R horizontally... 0 0%
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Old 08-13-2005, 04:50 PM
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REGION Vote

It's clear that we can get more things happenning for us if we think in terms of LOCAL vice STATEWIDE GTG's and events.

It's easier to drop by the guys & gals down the street than it is to run from Memphis to Bristol or Kingsport on a friday night...

So it has been proposed and seconded that we adopt three main regional areas for our Chapter:

Western, Central, and Eastern

We can hash out who is where if we want to later, but being between two regions might be an advantage anyway so that's kind of a moot point.

We will need East, west, and central (?) Presidents? Something like that... Leaders for the local areas. It seems to me each would be (in a way) a club in their own right, fully capable of organising meets and greets at will!

What say ye on the regional divisions? Does this plan make sense?
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