The 2007 NYC Regional!

Thats crazy the nyc regional this year is gonna be at the javitz center, much better than previous years I think.
How much room you think is gonna be for pits?
They prob will have a full practice field this year and it might just be inside.:smiley: Imean river bank park wasnt bad just the practice was outside.
So whos going to be attending the nyc regional?

A lot of room in the pits!
And a practice field (indoors).
And much much more (than Riverbank) !
:slight_smile:

The Top 10 Reasons to Attend the New York City Regional!

 1. FRC at the Javits Center 

Come join us for our first year in the Javits center. We’re making the NYC FRC event bigger and better than ever by moving to the city’s premier event location. Join over 60 teams competing in the NYC FRC competition!
2. New York City FIRST Science and Technology Career Fair
Be part of the inaugural New York City FIRST Science and Technology Career Fair. Bring your resumé. Prepare for the opportunity to meet representatives from twenty of the New York City metro-regions major employers. Learn more about the ways in which science and technology are used in their enterprises.
3. New York City is #1
New York City is the World’s Best City (Travel + Leisure), the World’s Hottest City (Condé Nast Traveler), the Safest Large City in America (F.B.I. crime statistics), the Greenest Large City in the U.S. (Trust for Public Land), and the Best Sports City in North America (The Sporting News).
4. World Capital
New York City is the global leader in commerce and culture, the world’s most intriguing and diverse city. A visit to New York is, quite simply, an unforgettable experience.
5. It’s Easy to Get Here & Great Value too
With three major airports serving the New York City area, there are flights available to New York from every city in the USA and from anywhere in the World. With more than one million flights a year at competitive prices, plus a wide range of hotel choices, New York is excellent value and an outstanding experience. Costs fall well below those of other major cities and world capitals.

See the rest of the Top-10 List:
http://www.nycnjfirst.org/nyc_10.html