There is no way it's at maynard paintball. How would they fit all the vendors and parking. Besides there are way better fields that go out of there way to help there players that deserve to host the USPl than Boston Paintball.
You and I don't always see Eye to Eye on things - and this is just another case of that.
You seem to have some hate for Maynard/Boston Paintball (and their ownership). Why I don't, but I don't really care about that either.
The facts are fairly simple on this front - there is no other person/company that has done more for Paintball in New England then Anthony and Boston Paintball. None!
While I agree with the parking/vendor space issues that Maynard would have, I'm also very confident that Anthony would figure out a way to accommodate / compensate for that short fall.
Keep in mind - that parking at the Cape was never much better then the parking at Maynard. If you take half the parking at the Cape for Vendors and Staging you end up in the same boat - no where to park. Not to mention that if you hold it at the Cape (Or any other facility/location) you'll need to truck everything in (Turf, netting, poles, etc..).
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Also, the USPL events are not like the NPPL events were. USPL has eastern & western conferences, plus an overall conference. West coast teams can skip the east coast events and still win the west coast conference. The reverse is true for east coast teams. That way teams can save on travel and event costs.
Thus, I think it is likely that the DC & Boston USPL events will have fewer teams to handle than the HB event. This would make it much more manageable, and it would make more sense for the USPL to host it at a field like Maynard. If there were 110 or so teams at HB, maybe the DC & Boston events will see 50-60 teams, which is about the same as an NEPL event.
That's just speculation, but we'll know for sure next month at USPL DC.