on the 43rd Annual WRAM (Westchester Radio Aero Modelers) show Feb. 25 through 27 in White Plains New York where major manufacturers and retailers come to show off their new radio control related products.
It is billed as the largest R/C Expo in the Northeast. However, I am sorry to relate that, sadly, this wonderful RC event has
We Tour The
43rd Annual WRAM SHOW
By John W. Dickie
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he Westchester County Center put
only a ghost of its former self.  

The WRAM show has gotten  smaller each year, with only 2 floors in use down from 3 floors filled with exhibitors just a couple of years ago, The ground floor had only the Scale competition and a slot car track. I understand this is due to the State of New York passing a law requiring anyone selling products at this type of show to buy a New York state business license for a full year.
A Ghost of Its Former Self
Exhibitors from out of state who only came  into NY for this one show could no longer make a profit, so they are not coming any more.

Never the less,  the WRAM show is still a big deal here in the North East drawing such big name exhibitors as, AMA, Aircraft Modelers Research, Aurora 9, Avion. Berg, Castle Creations, E-Flight, Hanger 9, HiMax Motors, HITECK, Hobby Zone, Horizon Hobbies, JR Radios, Maxford
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