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NPPL Annual Meeting Now Open for Team Captains

November 22, 2002

The National Professional Paintball League, the sole founding amateur and professional paintball league in the United States, announced today the details for their 2002 Annual Meeting.  

Each year NPPL team captains are asked to attend this meeting to review the past season, assess the current state of the league and set short and long-term goals for the NPPL.  This year’s meeting will also focus on the NPPL Super 7 World Series format, a review of the Official NPPL Rulebook and the overall structure of the league.  The meeting will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada on December 4, 2002 in conjunction with the PanAm Tournament.  Registration is mandatory to attend this meeting.  Please contact Camille Baker for registration, agenda and hotel information at  For more information on the PanAm Circuit please visit their website at            

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 league where player representatives formulate league rules, make business decisions, sanction and preside over all aspects of the NPPL events.  For more information on the league visit the Official NPPL Website at  

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