The message below is from the wonderful Liz Cortes, an assistant manager at the Tyson’s LEGO store and a good friend of both LEGO and FLL enthusiasts. Of course, she makes it very clear that she is acting as an AFOL (Adult Fan Of LEGO) and not representing The LEGO Group in this endeavor.
If your team or organization would be interested in participating, I suggest you respond to her directly at [log in to unmask] and she can put you in touch with the people you need to talk to. I assume that scheduling details could be worked out (although the fall is not the best time for such things in the FLL calendar).
River Bend Robotics Coach
From: Elizabeth Cortes
Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2011 4:08 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: From Liz Cortes (LEGO Store Tysons)
I have been in touch with the National Museum of the Marine Corps. They would like to host a LEGO Mindstorms/FLL event in the fall.The date has yet to be decided, the NMMC would like to schedule the event at a time that would not conflict with the FLL competions. I was asked if I knew of any FLL teams interested in participating.
I have done events with the NMMC before and they were a lot of fun. The person in charge of this event is very passionate about LEGO and Mindstorms in particular.
I am sending this email from my personal account as I am helping them as an AFOL and this event is not sponsored or endorsed by the LEGO Group.
Please feel free to forward this email to anyone you think of who might be interested.
I will send out the details to any interested parties if you respond to this email.
Thank you so much for your time,
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