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Press Release from NPPL:

HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. – May 14, 2002 – The National Professional Paintball League, the sole founding amateur and professional paintball league in the United States, announced today that the details for the event, the third tour stop for this season , are still being finalized.

As soon as all of the specifics are available, another announcement will follow.  “The NPPL is pulling out all the stops to make this tournament a huge success, said Chuck Hendsch,” elected president of the NPPL.  “Negotiations are in the eleventh hour. As we evaluate all of our options going forward, our chief objective is to make decisions based upon what best serves the paintball player community.  The next announcement will demonstrate this aim."  For the latest information on the upcoming tournament and new developments within the NPPL, please refer to our Web site,

About NPPL

The NPPL is the National Professional Paintball League, the sole sanctioning body for all amateur and professional paintball players in North America.   It is a player owned and operated league, where player representatives formulate league rules, make business decisions, sanction and preside over all aspects of the NPPL events.


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