Greetings AA Gamers,

It is my pleasure to bring you the latest
and greatest information regarding the 2008 Spring Gathering VI in
Cincinnati, Ohio (SGVI). The dates have been confirmed, April 11 &
12, the Smoreyswamp is up and registration is now open. Please note a
few big, BIG changes this year. The biggest of all is that we will be
having scheduled events i.e. (demos, casual play and a few tournaments)
that one can register for. Please note that all these events are
subject to availability.

other big change is, because of last year’s huge success, we outgrew
last year’s room at the CMC-Cincinnati Museum Center, and so, we have
moved into a bigger more spacious room: Losantiville Café in the Main
Rotunda. For those that attended last year, if you can believe this, it
is easier to find than last years room and closer to the front doors.

last big change is I am looking for volunteers to possible run events
and or demos. I have included a volunteer registration form on the
Swamp as well as listed below for those interested. All volunteer
events will be based on your availability to run an event. All events
must be submitted and approved by me before becoming an official event.
There will also be limited slot available for each. All current events
and times listed on the Swamp are only preliminary and subject to
change. Sorry.

will also be posting this information on three forums: ACH, and
Larry Harris’ site. If you know of another site that would benefit from
this information, please feel free to include it.

I hope this
information finds all of you well and if you know of anyone that might
not have a computer and or limited internet access, please feel free to
forward all this information along. If you have any questions, please
do NOT hesitate to shoot me an e-mail.

Oh, I will be at WWLA (Wizard World) in March. Look me up…

Again, thanks for your time and consideration and look forward to hearing from you very soon!

Gregory J. Smorey
Axis & Allies Tournament GM – GEN CON/Origins

A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow. – General George S. Patton