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We welcome inquiries from the '''media''' concerning our association, its [[clubs]] and [[tournaments]]
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== Current Year ==
and its [[players]].
 
  
For information about the [[2010 National SCRABBLE Championship]] during its run, please call
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* January 6, 2021: [https://7news.com.au/business/aboriginal-activist-takes-on-scrabble-over-racist-slurs-in-popular-board-game-c-1904696 7News] mentions NASPA's decision to remove slurs in article on campaign to remove slurs in Australia.
[[John D. Williams, Jr.]] at our press desk: 972-789-3101.
 
  
For further information, please contact [[NASPA]] copresidents
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== Previous Years ==
[[Chris Cree]] in Dallas, TX
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* [[2020 Press Archive]]
or
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* [[2019 Press Archive]]
[[John Chew]] in Toronto, ON;
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* [[2018 Press Archive]]
or NASPA spokespersons
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* [[2017 Press Archive]]
[[Robin Pollock Daniel]] in Toronto, ON
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* [[2016 Press Archive]]
or
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* [[2015 Press Archive]]
[[Matthew Hodge]] in Moore, OK.
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* [[2014 Press Archive]]
 
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* [[2010 Press Archive]]
== Recent Press Releases ==
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* [[2009 Press Archive]]
 
 
* [[Media:20100727-nsc.pdf|2010 NSC Master Press Release (revised)]]
 
* [[Media:20100714-nsc.pdf|2010 NSC Master Press Release (preliminary)]]
 
* [[Media:20100702-guzman.pdf|San Francisco Man's 771-Point SCRABBLE Game a New Official Record]]
 

Latest revision as of 16:27, 23 February 2021

Current Year

  • January 6, 2021: 7News mentions NASPA's decision to remove slurs in article on campaign to remove slurs in Australia.

Previous Years