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    Monthly Meets

    Our monthly meets are welcome to ALL NWN members and ALL NWN newbies. They will be held on the 3rd Tuesday night of each month at The Shark Club in Port Coquitlam (beside Costco).

    The reasons why we have these regular meets are to have a chance to meet and greet other members of the club in a sociable environment, as well as to relax and hang out with other members who share our love of nissans.

    Anyone with a Nissan, Datsun, or Infiniti is welcome to attend. You don't necessarily have to own one to come as long as you can show them some love.

    For Recent Meets, and Up To Date Information on Meets please go to the Forums and view the 'Events & Meet Planning' Section for further details.

    http://www.northwestnissans.com/boar...?s=&forumid=14
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