NOARC Swap Meet

NOARC Swap Meet

What: Amateur Radio Swap Meet
Where: 1446 Commerce  Drive Crestview Florida 32539
When: (Day 1): Friday 8 October 2021 @ 3 pm set up. Sneak Peak Show from 5 – 7 pm
When: (Day 2): Saturday 9 October  2021 Doors Open at 7 am and runs to 3 pm Event Clean up and done by 8 pm
Prices: Vendor Tables/Table Spots: $7.00 each (good for the entire show). Limited tables must plan on bringing your own  tables if setting up  more than 5. First come, first Serve.
Admittance for Vendors and Guests: $7.00. Each Day
Talk in Frequency: 147.360  + .6 MHz 100 Hz tone
Contact  Information: KI4ZER@ARRL.Net or call 850.359.9186

Activities  offered:
VE Testing at 0930
Refreshments
Local Vendors
Area Club Booths and Tables
Private individual Tables
Now Attending:
Tower Electronics
Matthew’s Real BBQ
KI4TNN



VE Testing: Saturday October 9, 2021 at 0930 Cost: $10.00. Pre-registration required at: https://w4aaz.org/contact/ .Only FRNs will be accepted and must be obtained prior to the show. FRNs may be obtained at https://apps.fcc.gov/coresWeb/publicHome.do Current License Holders must provide a copy of their license as part of the testing. This can be done via: https://www.fcc.gov/how-obtain-official-authorizations-uls

We at the North Okaloosa Amateur Radio Club (NOARC) sincerely  hope you decide to come to this  inaugural event. While it will be listed as a Swap Meet we are capable of hosting and generating a multitude of vendors and spark interest in a wide area of the Gulf Coast of Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and even parts of Georgia. We host a nightly net on our repeater called the Gulf Coast VHF Training  Net (GCVTN) which reaches an area surrounding the Northwest Panhandle of Florida, Lower parts of Alabama and many others. We are also associated with the Playground  Amateur Radio Club (PARC) of Fort Walton Beach Florida that hosts an annual Hamfest every spring. We just participated with them at the 51st Annual show and they are a large input for our fall event that we intend to carry on each year to increase the promotion of the positive character and benefits of the Amateur Radio Hobby to local and surrounding communities.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Respectfully, 

Dustin Stewart – “DJ” – KI4ZER