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    Rob Mayes
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    AC Power at Gillette ????

    Will there be AC power sources for keeping our laptops and cell phones charged?

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    There will be a charging station manned by competent volunteers to help you out. You can comfortably leave your electronics with them while you go do other things. I am sure Karol will have the specific details.
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    Wires, wires, everywhere!
    I had fun volunteering doing this in West Bend

    It's BYOC (Bring your own charger)

    BTW; Because we man the station does not mean we are experts on your device.
    Last edited by Mongo; 03-17-2008 at 01:35 PM.

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    We're non experts too!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mongo View Post
    Wires, wires, everywhere!
    I had fun volunteering doing this in Gillette

    It's BYOC (Bring your own charger)

    BTW; Because we man the station does not mean we are experts on your device.
    Some of us womaned the station and also lacked expertise on your device.

    Holly
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    It is what it is. Bud's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holly View Post
    Some of us womaned the station and also lacked expertise on your device.

    Holly
    I've never met a woman who lacked expertise.
    I used to post here, but now I don't.

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    This man knows how to keep the crowd charged up!

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    Speaking of 120VAC, Important stuff

    will there be outlets in the camping area where low wattage CPAP's can be plugged in??

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    cpap

    Quote Originally Posted by OrchardRT View Post
    Speaking of 120VAC, Important stuff

    will there be outlets in the camping area where low wattage CPAP's can be plugged in??

    Contact the Rally Chairs directly to make your request ASAP and they should be able to help you.

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    cpap

    I'm using the mayberry sherpa service for camping at the Rally. they provide a 12v deep cycle battery and inverter to those who reserve them. if your not using their services then contact bmw moa headquaters and reserve a camping spot close to an outlet. I have allready researched this and they were very helpful. one of the areas they will be using for camping is in the RV section. so there should be plenty of outlets. but don't take it for granted...Ask

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgadley01 View Post
    I'm using the mayberry sherpa service for camping at the Rally. they provide a 12v deep cycle battery and inverter to those who reserve them.
    Currently, I only have four setups. If a Sherpa customer needs one, reserve early.
    Camping guy

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