Location suggestions are great but the big issue is getting the volunteers to do all the work involved.
Yup...seen this too many times.....
lotsa peeps with great ideas and most of them touting their own location
But then you get down to the nuts and bolts.....you need a committee of at least 6 DEDICATED people to arrange hotels, meals/banquests
Then you have to have a roads committee whereby you map the roads, time the runs, look for bio-break locations...then once that is done you need to round up Road Captains and sweeps.
In 2015 certain people drove hundreds of miles - multiple times- to map and proof the runs...the same holds true for 2016 and most of the previous National meets.
Take Sturgis, for example,.....nice place but how many Kappa owners live there? The closest "metropolis" is Denver, with smaller towns like Rapid City or Billings.
Logistics says that Sturgis is an impossible location
Colorado has had one (09)..Ohio (2010) North Carolina (12) Arizona (13) and NJ/Pa in 14.
I doubt any one of those teams is interested in doing it again.
West Virginia has great roads but few Kappa members
Tennessee did Nashville in 07
Virginia (western) has good roads but most members live in the eastern part of the state.
Beginning to see the problem?
If you are going to post a location be prepared to justify why that location could handle the event