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    San Diego bypassed for PK site

    San Diego has been host to one major men’s conference for Promise Keepers. Back in July 1996, more than 50,000 men attended the conference at San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium (as it was known then).

    Despite the packed attendance and a strong local task force, San Diego was skipped as a site in 1997. Local PK leaders were told the city would be considered again for 1998.

    San Diego was one of nine cities selected to host a clergy conference and nearly 5,000 pastors and ministry leaders attended the event on Jan. 29 at the San Diego Sports Arena. However, in late February when the Promise Keepers headquarters in Colorado released the list of 19 men’s conferences, San Diego was again bypassed.

    A leader in the San Diego organization said there is a remote chance San Diego could be added to the list for a conference in October, but it was unlikely. He explained that with the Promise Keepers being stretched financially after deciding to have free admission to all the conferences this year, the national organization sought stadiums they could rent at a bargain price. And renting Qualcom Stadium in San Diego is a lot more expensive than the Los Angeles Coliseum’s rate.

    Yes, the closest men’s conference for San Diegans will again be the Los Angeles Colesium, on May 22-23. It will be one of three sites in California, joining Fresno and Sacramento. The schedule released by PK, subject to change:

    • Detroit, Pontiac Silverdome, May 15-16.
    • Little Rock, War Memorial Stadium, May 22-23.
    • Los Angeles, LA Coliseum, May 22-23.
    • Fresno, Bulldog Stadium, June 5-6.
    • St. Petersburg, Fla, Tropicana Dome, June 12-13.
    • Knoxville, Thompson-Boling Arena, June, 12-13.
    • Columbia, Mo., Faurot Memorial Stadium, June 19-20.
    • Philadelphia, Veterans Stadium, July 10-11.
    • Minneapolis, Metrodome, July 17-18.
    • Indianapolis, RCA Dome, July 24-25.
    • Eugene, Ore., Autzen Stadium, July 31-Aug. 1.
    • Omaha, Civic Auditorium, Aug. 7-8.
    • Grand Rapids, Mich., Van Andel Arena, Aug.14-15.
    • Houston, Astrodome/Astrohall, Aug. 21-22.
    • Tucson, Convention Center Arena, Sept. 18-19.
    • Milwaukee, Bradley Center, Sept. 25-26.
    • Columbia, S.C., William-Brice Stadium, Oct. 2-3.
    • Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak Speedway, Oct. 9-10.
    • Sacramento, Arco Arena, Oct. 9-10.


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