AMPS Atlanta 2019

                                                                    Atlanta Armor, Figure, and Modeling Contest and Exhibition

                                            This year the show will be held at: TBD

                                                                           





                                                                                           February, 2019 

                                                          

                                                                           2019 Show Theme:

                  

                                  TBD

                  






                                                                                           


                                                                                  



                                                                                        



                                                                                     Download Show Flyer

​                                                                        Download Master Administration Form (1 per Modeler) 

                                                                    Click Here to Download Model Registration Form (1 per Model) 

                                                                   Over 110 Vendor Tables! At Least 25 Armor Only Vendor Tables!

                                                                               All Models Judged With The AMPS Open System!

                                                                             A Great Way To Tune Up For The  AMPS Nationals!

                                                                                    Great Southern Climate And Hospitality!


                                                                                              Seminars

TBD

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Schedule of Events:

Friday,                               7:00 – 9:00 pm – Exhibitor registration and set up.

                                          7:00 pm Exhibit and vendor halls open

                                         

                                          9:00 pm Exhibit and Vender Halls close

Saturday,                          9:00 am – Exhibitor registration opens, vendor hall open

                                         10:00 am – Exhibit hall opens

                                         12:00 noon – Exhibitor registration closes

                                          7:00 pm – Vendor and Exhibit halls close for the day

Sunday,                             9:00 am – Exhibit and vendor halls open

                                          11:00 am – Awards presentation



Things to do while in Atlanta! Or - where to send your spouse while you're at the show!

                                                                      Click on the links below for details.

                                       National Infantry Museum  http://www.nationalinfantrymuseum.com/

                                       Stone Mountain Park   http://www.stonemountainpark.com/

                                       World of Coca Cola Museum  http://www.worldofcoca-cola.com/

                                       Georgia Aquarium   http://www.georgiaaquarium.org/

                                       Zoo Atlanta   http://www.zooatlanta.org/

                                       Kennesaw Mountain Battlefield Park   http://www.nps.gov/kemo/

                                       Battle of Atlanta Cyclorama   http://www.atlantacyclorama.org/

                                       High Museum of Art   http://www.high.org/


                                                                                               Modeling Contest

Possibly the most important aspect of any AMPS event is the Modeling Contest. As anyone who has been to the show knows, the AMPS judging system has led the way in terms of fairness and credibility. Judging is done by a group of four judges, who evaluate each entry - not by what is wrong with it, but by what is right with it! To ensure fairness, the lowest score of the four is removed, and the other three are added. The system is a modified open system, allowing an unlimited number of medals to be awarded to entrants who achieve a certain point total. There is no actual competition, the entrants are competing only against themselves using a defined schedule of values for comparison. Experience levels are established to eliminate the intimidation factor so often associated with most shows.

                                                                  The AMPS Difference

Every year, people come from all over the world to experience what most consider to be the most fair and honest judging system available. As described above, AMPS judging is based on an open system, designed to reward the modeler for good work. To enable the modeler to present his most positive points to the judges, the system establishes five different classifications with which the modeler identifies himself, based on his own skill level. When the entry comes to be judged, it is reviewed to establish the skill level of the competitor and then judged accordingly. The classifications are described as follows:

Junior - Specifically set up for the younger modeler, this class gives the modeler the best chance to grow in the hobby and experience the AMPS philosophy.

Basic - This group is set up for the beginner modeler, and those of us who are just getting back into modeling after a long layoff (i.e. school or family). Intermediate - By far the largest group, it includes modelers of varying skill levels who do not regularly enter competition or do not regularly win or place.

Advanced - For the more skilled modeler, these modelers regularly win or place in local and regional competitions.



Check back often as we will update the site with further details.



                                  


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