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So I am so excited about the RR this year, but I have a few questions. If I read through the 2017 RR information correctly, I think I recall that some things cost money, is that correct? And if so, how much and how worth it for someone who is deathly broke. I am lucky enough to live in California and have a car to get me down to LA, so I do not need to travel far.
I want to get as full of an experience as I possibly can so I will save up as much as I can if you who have paid for the extra experience, say it is worth it.
How in-depth do the classes go?
Thanks, everyone, in advance!
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Graham and Vikki nailed it as far as total cost of the Rally goes, but I will add that while the mentor lunches are the only additional cost I think that they are one of the most valuable aspects of the Rally. Over the course of the meal you will meet five or six industry professionals, most of whom will take your card and/or CD if you think they could use your music. As someone who is not great at walking up and chatting with people I don't know, the mentor lunch was the easiest path for me to interact directly with some of these folks.
That said, don't worry if the added cost of the lunches doesn't fit in your budget... every single aspect of the Road Rally is amazing and educational, so you'll get your money's worth either way :)
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