IASCA Worldwide announces SPL Finals West Coast event location and dates and has added a 4th organization for the SQ Finals

The 2022 IASCA World SPL Finals West Coast location will take place at the Linn County Fair & Expo in Albany, Oregon. The event and is scheduled for October 23rd, 2022.

“The show will be in the Santiam Center at the Linn County Fair and Expo” said IASCA President Travis Chin. “The building has 21,000 square feet of column free space and is ideally suited for our type of event.”

SQ Finals will take place on Oct 8th and 9th, 2022 at the Kenneth E. Cowan Civic Center in Lebanon, Missouri, in conjunction with MECA and EMMA. MASQ has also been incorporated into the SQ Finals on the weekend, bringing four SQ organizations together for an even bigger SQ event.

 
SPL Finals East will be held on November 12th and 13th, 2022 at the Farm Bureau Exposition Center

Lebanon, Tennessee, minutes away from Nashville, in the main Exhibit Hall boasting 45,000 square feet of room for up to 200 cars.

“This year’s events are competitor focused and we’re getting some really exciting things lined up for the shows” Chin continued to say “Final details are still being worked out regarding logistics and accommodations for each event. We will notify everyone as those details are finalized.”

Invitations for qualified competitors will begin to be sent out via email early September. Qualified competitors must accrue 75 C.A.P. points (Competition Award Points) in their format to qualify for an invitation to their respective event. For those wanting to view their point standings, the list is available on https://iasca.com/downloads/ under CAP. For more information on IASCA Worldwide and the IASCA World Finals, visit iasca.com or contact President Travis Chin at travis@iasca.com. For more information on the Linn County Fair and Expo and the Santiam Center, visit https://www.lcfairexpo.com/services#SantiamCenter.

IASCA Worldwide announces Finals event locations for SQ and SPL

The 2022 IASCA World Finals will take place in three locations, one for SQ and two for SPL, in conjunction with MECA and EMMA.

“We’re looking forward to working with MECA and EMMA again on hosting combined finals events.  Every year, we keep improving what we offer to competitors to give back for supporting the organizations.”  said IASCA President Travis Chin.

SQ Finals will take place on Oct 8th and 9th, 2022 at the Kenneth E. Cowan Civic Center in Lebanon, Missouri, in conjunction with MECA and EMMA. The event will be located in the Center’s Exhibition Hall which boasts 34,000 square feet of space to house up to 170 sound quality vehicles.

SPL Finals East will be held on November 12th and 13th, 2022 at the Farm Bureau Exposition Center

Lebanon, Tennessee, minutes away from Nashville, in the main Exhibit Hall boasting 45,000 square feet of room for up to 200 cars.

West Coast IASCA SPL Finals will be held near the end of October, as venues are currently under review.  Scores from the West Coast Finals will be combined with scores from the East to determine the World Champions at the SPL Finals East event.

“This year’s events are competitor focused and we’re getting some really exciting things lined up for the shows” Chin continued to say “Final details are still being worked out regarding logistics and accommodations for each event. We will notify everyone as those details are finalized.”

Invitations for qualified competitors will begin to be sent out via email early September. Qualified competitors must accrue 75 C.A.P. points (Competition Award Points) in their format to qualify for an invitation to their respective event. For those wanting to view their point standings, the list is available on https://iasca.com/downloads/ under CAP.

For more information on IASCA Worldwide and the IASCA World Finals, visit iasca.com or contact President Travis Chin at travis@iasca.com.

IASCA Worldwide announces decision regarding INAC SQ Finals for 2020

East Wenatchee, WA, September 11, 2020 – IASCA Worldwide announces decision regarding INAC SQ Finals for 2020

The 2020 IASCA SQC and IQC INAC events have been cancelled and the season extended to 2021.

“I’m saddened that we weren’t able to finalize a deal with the venues we were working with, for a collaborated Championship SQ event with Aggieland.” said IASCA President Travis Chin “With everything going on in today’s world, securing a location was very difficult, therefore we had to make a decision we didn’t want to make. We’d like to thank everyone involved who worked tirelessly to try to make the INAC events in 2020 a reality.”

As with IASCA SPL formats, 2020 memberships have been extended and are valid through to the 2021 season due to the pandemic situation.

2020 rules will carry on into 2021 with a few tweaks if needed. CAP points will carry over into 2021 for all IASCA current members, SQ and SPL.

“There are many local events still taking place all across North America,” Chin continued to say “please continue to support these shows and earn points for the 2021 INAC Championship. These event promoters are also working very hard to bring you these shows and they deserve our support.”

For more information on IASCA Worldwide, visit our website at www.iasca.com, our Facebook pages or contact IASCA at travis@iasca.com.

IASCA Worldwide announces decision regarding INAC SPL competitions (IdBL and Bass Boxing) for 2020 season

East Wenatchee, WA, September 7, 2020 – IASCA Worldwide announces decision regarding INAC SPL competitions (IdBL and Bass Boxing) for 2020 season

The 2020 IASCA IdBL and Bass Boxing INAC events have been cancelled and the season extended to 2021.

“Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it has been extremely difficult to locate a suitable venue capable of hosting IASCA IdBL and Bass Boxing INAC events for this year” said IASCA President Travis Chin “therefore we felt it best to extend the 2020 IdBL and Bass Boxing seasons through to 2021.”

As previously announced in May of this year, 2020 memberships will be extended and valid through to the 2021 season due to the pandemic situation.

“We’re sad to have to make this announcement,” Chin continued to say “but, as we are in the latter part of the year without having secured a suitable venue, we had to make a decision that was in the best interest of the competitors. We ca now focus on delivering a top notch event for our members in 2021.”

For more information on IASCA Worldwide, visit our website at www.iasca.com, our Facebook pages or contact IASCA at travis@iasca.com.