Thank You for Another Successful HamQuest

The Wilson Amateur Radio Club, Inc and all its members would like to thank everyone who came to the fourth annual Greater Nashville & Middle TN HamQuest for making it another great success this year. We had a record number of table sold under the pavilion (72), another a great tailgate area, and a few hundred wonderful hams who came out to spend the day with us. The official attendance was 442, including all who had tables, tailgated, and came out to see the show and get some deals.

We also thank our commercial vendors, HamWorld, inc, TN 07 Engineering, and Debco Electronics for their continued support; Ted Randall and the WDO Radio Show for coming out to broadcast from the hamfest; all of our door prize donors: HamWorld, Inc., DX Engineering, N3FJP Software, The Wireman, and GigaParts. A special thank you goes out to The American Radio Relay League TN Section Manager Keith Miller, N9DGK; the TN Section Staff; and Delta Division Director David Norris, K5UZ for their support in sanctioning the event and providing $100.oo in gift certificates, and encouragement.

About @MidTnHamQuest

The Greater Nashville & Middle TN HamQuest is a new project dedicated to combining traditional Hamfest elements with less traditional offerings that will help to unite the Ham community. The Quest is sponsored by the Wilson Amateur Radio Club, with assistance from the Wilson Radio League. We believe that the HamQuest is filling a void in Middle Tennessee and it’s surrounding areas. The HamQuest is held at the Wilson County Fairgrounds in Lebanon, TN, home to the state’s largest county fair. Lebanon is just a short drive from Nashville with the feel of rural Tennessee. We have excellent access to I-40 and are convenient to a large geographical area. There are many different camping sites and hotels within a short drive from the HamQuest. The HamQuest provides a wonderful venue, low admission cost, hourly door prizes and technical presentations.
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