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Tunnel Camp -- April 6 & 7, 2002

 


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Just passing some information along.

(I'll admit I jump with these folks and was on a team with Pam 2 years ago.)

The flier says, ". . . from their local dropzone . . .", but they'll be happy to fly with anybody that wants to go. ;^)

If you've checked out the prices the Airspeed guys are charging for their camps, you'll notice this is a pretty good deal.


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"Tunnel Time" Wind Tunnel Camp

April 6 & 7, 2002

SkyVenture
Orlando, Florida

Veteran formation skydiving coaches and former teammates on Perris Energy Andy Delk and Brian Johnson have teamed up with Jaimie Johnson and Pam Stevens to offer skydivers from their local drop zone the opportunity to SEE IMPROVEMENT in their flying skills. A proven curriculum and one-on-one coaching will offer skydivers of ALL skill levels the opportunity to learn better flight habits and mental training.

* Experience dramatic improvement in flight skills!
* Get the equivalent of nearly 100 skydives in a weekend!
* Get valuable one-on-one coaching and video debriefs!
* Learn about the mental work of skydiving and use time on the ground to improve your flying skills!

Here's what it costs:

One Hour of one-on-one Coached Tunnel Time,
Written Materials, Video, Debriefs, lunch and drinks
Both days: $900.00

Experience, confidence,
Camaraderie, improvement: Priceless!



A $200 deposit is required to hold a slot, with the balance due prior to the first day of the camp. All payment methods can be arranged. Make checks payable to SkyVenture Wind Tunnel, send to Pam Stevens, 25094 Country Fair Drive, Menifee, CA 92584.

Additional "extra-curricular" coached tunnel time in the evenings is available and can be scheduled and paid for at the camp.

For more information, contact Pam Stevens via e-mail, fourway4ever@hotmail.com.
http://futurecam.com



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