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  • Visit the APBA Webstore at http://www.apbastore.com for Christmas ideas.   If you do not see something you want, please contact the store manager as special requests can usually be accommodated.



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  • I believe you have a misspelling in the URL.  The web address is: http://www.apbastore.com.  


    APBA Member #: 6342
    Boat #: 12H
    Classes: BSR, AMR
    Region 6
  • Richard---THANK YOU for catching that!

    Ann


    APBA Member #: 2348
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  • neither of them work just saying


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    Boat #: SE-39, SE-28
    Classes: sportsman entry, GPS
    Region 10
  • There is ZERO at either links. Send folks to Anne Fitzgeralds site if you want APBA stuff.


    APBA Member #: 11349
    Boat #: A11, GP200
    Classes: Vintage &Historic,
    Region 2


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    Boat #: 950-F
    Classes: CSR
    Region 0
  • I am on a personal rant. Please identify the source of the APBA items on the store. That is are they MADE IN CHINA or products of the USA? We are APBA ( reminder that is American PBA) and I refuse to purchase products not supportive of our economy.


    APBA Member #: 11349
    Boat #: A11, GP200
    Classes: Vintage &Historic,
    Region 2


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    BigChief said:

    I am on a personal rant. Please identify the source of the APBA items on the store. That is are they MADE IN CHINA or products of the USA? We are APBA ( reminder that is American PBA) and I refuse to purchase products not supportive of our economy.



    Dave,

    I assume you are talking about clothing.  The logos and lettering are placed on the clothing by US firms.  A sad fact is that the US textile industry has all but disappeared.  You can do a test on this yourself.  Lay out all your clothing and count the pieces that were made in the US.  There won't be many.

    Mark


    APBA Member #: 2060
    Boat #: 16-M, 1-US
    Classes: 750MH
    Region 6