Registration Open for 27th Annual Winter SWL Festival

It’s time to register! The Winter SWL Fest dates and location have been set for 2014:

From Left to right: Sheldon Harvery (of The International Radio Report), Tina Shields and Dan Srebnick

At the 2013 Winter SWL Festival: From Left to right: Sheldon Harvey (of The International Radio Report), Tina Shields and Dan Srebnick

(Source: SWL Fest)

Richard Cuff and John Figliozzi, co-chairs of the Winter SWL Festival, are pleased to announce that arrangements are now set for the 27th (!) Annual Winter SWL Festival, scheduled for March 14th and 15th at the Doubletree Guest Suites Philadelphia West, in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania. Early registration fees will remain as they were in 2013 through the month of January, as an incentive to register early. We strongly urge you to do so as fees will increase for those registering February 1 and later. Single and double rooms are available at a special $99 rate, including breakfast; the event code and online hotel reservation capability will be posted in a few days. The special $99 hotel rate may not be available after February 14th, so it’s best to book early. Links to paper and online registration for the Fest will be posted in a couple days via the Fest website at http://www.swlfest.com/. Those without web access will find a registration form in the January issue of the NASWA Journal; the registration form can also be obtained by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Winter SWL Fest, PO Box 3292, Allentown, PA 18106

If you’ve never been to the SWL fest, check out this post for an overview.  You will not find a larger gathering of shortwave radio enthusiasts in North America. I attend every year. Come join us!

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2 Responses to Registration Open for 27th Annual Winter SWL Festival

  1. Mike Terry says:

    Sadly I doubt that I will ever get to this annual event as I live 3,500 miles away, it looks a load of fun – have a great time guys.

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