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8/30/2016 6:52 PM
 
As always, the Grand is an amazing experience. Shooting on an excellent squad helps, of course, and through Classification, Squadding and Casheering, all aspects of getting ready to shoot were smooth, and issue free. Everyone in all three stations, except that darned Ray Greb, (just kidding) were fabulous and all were extremely helpful and courteous. I do have a question, though, and maybe there's something we overlooked, but the radio broadcast seemed to have difficulties. For instance, if that computer generated voice was supposed to be announcing ready squads, it simply failed, and even though we knew it was saying the word "SQUAD" and we listened for it, it was almost impossible to gain any information from it whatsoever. When you're staying in hotels, the parking lot becomes your staging area, and when it's hot, meaningful information from that media could be better done, actually, becomes essential. I've heard talk of developing an app for Android & Apple platforms that would offer real time information, which would certainly be helpful. In the meantime please do something to correct the poor quality of the radio information. Perhaps others will agree. Best.... Mike Poore 0762426
 
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