Originally Posted by D-Townballa
...In response to you stoopid, no offense but i think that for a large scale event to be sponsored by either a field or university they have to make some money or they wont do it. and a pro team while costing more would most likely bring in more people. i mean i would go to almost any paintball clinic but some people who are more experienced, may want to learn from the pros instead of semi pro teams because they feel that their skills would be much closer to those of a semi pro team than a pro team.
no offense taken...and while I completly see your point, I think your overlooking what your local SEMI-PRO NPPL team(TCP MACHINE) has to offer...most of those guys have been playing together for years, and some of them have even broken into the pro ranks, even if it was a hired gun situation or not...and as far as skill level goes, I don't see many local teams or teams from out of town teaching them any lessons when they visit/scrimmage.
Now as far as bringin a PRO team to put on a clinic, I agree that a Pro team would bring a bigger draw/crowd...but I'll keep my weekend practices against my SEMI-PRO team here and all I have to pay is to play that day, their already here and there always ready to lend some advice, whether it's Gabe answering snake questions, or Rick helping you out with playing MID...those guys are always willing to help you get better @ no cost!!!
in ending all I will say is this... M-E-T-A-L!!!
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