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    David
  • LastName
    Doyle
  • IPMS Number
    44747
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    Memphis
  • State
    TN
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  1. I agree with Jim. IF the force majeure clause contract between IPMS and the venue does not include broad language allowing IPMS to cancel without penalty in the event that circumstances APPEAR that attendance will be way down, the IPMS leadership is obligated to let this ride in hopes that a government agency imposes a restriction that gives them an escape without penalty. IF there is a broad-language force major clause that allows them to cancel if it appears that attendance will be way down, I don't see how they could publicly say "don't come" - as this statement by the leadership coul
  2. Hi Jim, Nor am I an attorney. That said, in the case of my event, we typically have a significant international attendance. As that is not possible presently, that "...materially affects a party's ability to perform..." I'd further plea that given the social distancing standards established by CDC, coupled with the high percentage of "high risk" membership of the group, that further affects an ability to perform. That said, all this is immaterial, since we've not seen the IPMS contract, and we aren't lawyers - but hopefully someone has looked into this area. PS: I'd still REA
  3. First, I want to make it very clear that I sympathize with the plight of IPMS, and in particular with the host group. Further, I am not in a position to offer an informed opinion about the IPMS 2020 convention without seeing the actual contract with the venue. However, I do have an oversight position with a couple of other international conventions. For one of them, our host hotel is also a Hilton-brand property (as is the San Marcos Embassy Suite), albeit in another town. Here is the key clause for my group's contract: FORCE MAJEURE: Should events beyond the control of the Hotel
  4. I see (at least on my computer) that the IPMS home page is promoting the 2019 convention - any ideas when the 2020 convention will move into such a place of prominence? Regards, David Doyle
  5. Thanks for the information. Since I'll be lugging in 8 tables worth of books (and racks) - some of which have never before been seen, I hope to get at least in before it gets TOO hot! Best, David www.DavidDoyleBooks.com
  6. Hi guys, I would have sworn that at some point I saw published the days and time for vendor set up - and now I can't find it. Has anyone else done a better job of keeping up with this? Thanks! Sincerely, David Doyle www.DavidDoyleBooks.com
  7. Greetings friends, In order to fund the research for a new book, I am offering special pricing on some combination packages of book now in stock. For the aviation enthusiast we have a Cold War Warriors combo, featuring my books on the B-36 and B-58 bombers, and the F-104 and F-105 fighters - an over $80 retail value for only $44.95. For the military vehicle enthusiast, the special is my two-volume (1100+ pages) set of Dodge truck books PLUS my 504-page volume on the GMC CCKW - all for $144.99! The Dodge volumes start with the pre-WWII VC-series trucks and go up through and include the
  8. Just in time for the holidays, a special purchase has allowed us to put together our best price ever on my DUKW and CCKW books. Quantities are limited, so don’t hesitate in taking advantage of this limited time, never to be repeated deal! Visit www.DavidDoyleBooks.com Happy Thanksgiving to all! Sincerely, David and Denise Doyle
  9. I am pleased to say that my new F-104 Starfighter in Action has been released. Featuring over 60 vintage color photos, 100+ black and white photos, plus artwork. Introductory price is $15 at ahttp://www.daviddoylebooks.com Have a great weekend! Sincerely, David Doyle
  10. Thanks for the info! See ya'll there. David
  11. The IPMS website says that the vendor tables are 8 feet by 24 inches, whilst another vendor has told me that they are actually 30 inches wide. Can anyone confirm the actual dimensions? Any help appreciated. Sincerely, David Doyle
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