Can you imagine what an attraction the club would have in the Northeast if we had a convention in Atlantic City... and yes, I know the cost and location availability has been the main issue in the past and we really wouldn't know what possibilities there are if we didn't try, today.
The same with exhibiting at casinos; where now it appears we are only doing it in Las Vegas.
As far as our exposure on an International level goes; Bill Borland was the only person I know of who promoted the hobby in Europe, and he had cooperation and wasn't even a CCGTCC member... and played no part in informing his European customers there was a club... I was the person who brought Historian Marc-André REYNKENS of Belgium into the club... who had no idea we existed in the early-90's.
There is no end to what we can do to promote our club...