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» When is competitor check-in and do I need to attend?
Competitor Check-Ins will be held on Friday, May 26 from 7pm to 10pm at The Riverhouse Convention Center in the main lobby. Everyone must attend competitor check-in, this is where you will be entered into your correct division based on your height and/or weight. You can also purchase photography packages and your NPC card. You cannot compete without your NPC card. There is no late check-in, so you must be at the Friday ev ening check-ins to be entered into the competition.

» Where can I get an NPC card?
If you have not yet purchased an NPC card, you can purchase it online at www.npcregistration.com. The fee is $125 and cash or checks are the only methods of payments accepted if you purchase your card at the competitor checkins. No credit cards, they are only good if you purcahse online. You will need your NPC card to compete at the Cascadian Classic, and other shows throughout the 2017 season. If you purchased your card at another competition, be sure to bring the yellow receipt you received as your proof of purchase.

» Where is the competitor meeting and what’s it all about?
The competitor meeting will be held at The Riverhouse Convention Center on Saturday morning from 8:30am to 9am. We strongly urge everyone to attend, as we will be covering important show information, you’ll have the opportunity to ask questions, and meet your head judge. We will also go over introductions at the finals, when you need to be backstage, and NPC rules. At this time, the meeting is for competitors and trainers with trainer passes only. No family, friends, or trainers without a trainers pass is allowed in the meeting.

» Can I send in my routine music or do I need to bring it with me?
We prefer that you email your music in MP3 format to info@cascadianclassic.com and include your name and division. If you bring a CD to checkins, make sure you put your full name and division on it. Please also specify if you want your music to start on or off stage. Bodybuilding, Women’s Physique and Classic Physique routines should be no longer than 60 seconds and up to two minutes for Fitness. Please keep your routine respectful, and do not use music with obscene language. Your promoters reserve the right to refuse music not meeting these standards.

» Where can I find photos of myself after the show?
Tracy Coggin will be offering both stage photos and backstage photography packages at competitor check-in. You can email her directly at tracy@tlcphotos.net if you have specific questions. No other photos can be taken and sold. Your family is allowed to take photos of you only, but they are not allowed past the first row in the auditorium.

» Where will Liquid Sun Rayz be giving us our fabulous competition tans?
Liquid Sun Rayz is our official tanning sponsor, and they will be taking care of your tanning and beauty needs! The LSR team will be set up at the Riverhouse Convention Center on Friday and Saturday for spray tanning, touch-up and glazing. You must bring your own bed sheets and towels, as you will be charged if any of the hotel’s linens are stained by your competition spray tan. If you have not yet booked your tan please do so ASAP at: http://oregon.liquidsunrayz.com/index.php/book-now

» How will you introduce me at the finals?
Bodybuilders and Women’s Physique will be introduced as they come out for their routine. Figure, Bikini, and Men’s Physique competitors will be doing something different than the “clothes-hanger” that you see at most shows. Instead, our competitor introductions will be similar to the pro league. You’ll hit one pose at the back of the stage, two more at the front, and then exit the stage to the right (your right). Please hold each pose for only 2-3 seconds. We posted a diagram of the stage for you to review on Facebook, and we’ll also be going over this again at our competitor meeting.

» Where am I competing again?
The 2017 NPC Cascadian Classic will be located at The Riverhouse Convention Center at 2850 NW Rippling River Court Bend, Oregon 97701. The venue is across the street from the host hotel.

» How many people are in my class?
We are not providing a competitor list to athletes due to last minute registrations and changing of classes. You can however ask during the check-in how many are in your class.

» Where’s the best place to eat after the show?
Deschutes Brewery is the official post-show dinner spot for the Cascadian Classic! This award-winning craft brewery has generously offered to give our participating competitors a voucher (found in your goodie bag) for a free drink to celebrate like a true Bendite! If you’re more of a foodie, they’ve got a delicious menu! The brew pub is located at 1044 NW Bond Street and will be open until 12am!

 


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