# How was the 2010–2011 location chosen? <br /> The venue submitted the best bid in a nationwide search conducted by an independent agency. No other venue came even close to matching their price and terms. No personal preferences were factors in the consideration.
== G. Questions about
newsletters ==# Does NASPA have its own newsletter? <br /> Yes. [[Newsletter Committee]] prepares the [http://naspanews.com/ NASPA newsletter]. The first issue was published on July 15, 2009.. The monthly two-page electronic [[NASPA Bulletin]] debuted in April 2010, is restricted to NASPA members for the first week of its publication, and is a free download thereafter.
# Where can I find the NASPA Bulletin? <br /> Click on the Bulletin link in the sidebar of any page.
# My friend doesn’t have Internet access, but is a NASPA member. How can my friend read the NASPA Bulletin? <br /> Although the NASPA Bulletin is protected by copyright, you may print it for your own personal use and for the personal use of other members. Registered directors are encouraged to do so for their players.
# I know someone who does not have Internet access and does not go to clubs or tournaments. How can they read the NASPA Bulletin? <br /> NASPA is an association for club and tournament players. If a person does not want to attend clubs or tournaments, they will not be interested in the NASPA Bulletin.
# What happened to the June and July issues of the Bulletin? <br /> John Chew
was too busy running tournaments and preparing for the switchover on 2009-07-01 and the 2009 NSC to edit an issue. The next issue will be published in August, 2009.