2002 NSC Player Information
Thank you for registering to play in the 2002 National SCRABBLE® Championship. To make sure that your trip to the NSC is hassle-free, please make sure that you:
Looking for a place to eat? The San Diego Concourse has two concession stands just outside the event room that will be open for lunch from 12:30-2:45 during our event. These stands will offer, at very reasonable prices, a variety of options including hot dogs, sandwiches, sushi, nachos, pizza, dessert, candy and beverages. A hot lunch selection will also be available each day. Seating will be available in our breakfast room, Plaza Hall, directly across from the event room. There are also many other places to eat within a few blocks of the San Diego Concourse.
Playing after hours? Please note that Deluxe SCRABBLE® Game boards will not be given away to each contestant at this year's championship. We will keep open the traditional after-hours playing room and provide a limited number of sets for use there, but if you want to play elsewhere we ask that you bring your own. The tradition of awarding the game boards used at the NSC to the winner of the last game (Round 31) continues unchanged.
Shopping for souvenirs? Visit our WORD GEAR table in the tournament room. We'll feature our full line of merchandise every day. Can't make it to the tournament? Order on-line and have it mailed to you!
HASBRO is the owner of the registered SCRABBLE® trademark in the United States and Canada. © 2002 HASBRO. All rights reserved. "SCRABBLE® Brand Crossword Game" is the proper way to refer to this unique group of word games and related properties marketed by HASBRO. "SCRABBLE®" is not a generic term. To use it as such is not only misleading but also does injustice to the company responsible for the trademark's longtime popularity. All we ask is that when you mean SCRABBLE® Brand Crossword Game, you say so.
The SCRABBLE® trademark is owned by J.W. Spear and Sons, PLC, a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc. outside of the United States and Canada.
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