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A '''Mega Event Cache''' is similar to an Event Cache, but it is much larger.  In order to qualify as a Mega Event, the event cache must be attended by 500 or more people.  Typically, Mega Events are annual events and attract [[geocacher]]s from all over the world.  The pages of a Mega Event mark the location, date, time, description, requirements, etc. of a geocaching event, just as in the case of a regular event cache.  For paticpating in a Mega Event, a geocacher is able to log and receive a Mega Event [[icon]] to add to their cache counter.
 
 
 
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A '''mega-event cache''' is an extremly large [[event cache]].  To qualify as a mega-event, the event must be attended by at least 500 people.  Typically, mega-events are annual events and attract [[geocacher]]s from all over the world.  The pages of a mega-event mark the location, date, time, description, requirements, etc. of a geocaching event, just as in the case of a regular event cache.
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[[Geocacher]]s who attend a mega-event cache can post a log and receive a mega-event cache [[icon]].
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== See also ==
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* [[Florida Finder's Fest]]
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* [[Fumble After Dark]]
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* [[GeoWoodstock]]
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* [[MOGA]] (Midwest Outdoor Geocaching Adventure)
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* [[MWGB]] (Midwest Geobash)

Latest revision as of 00:05, 22 June 2012

A mega-event cache is an extremly large event cache. To qualify as a mega-event, the event must be attended by at least 500 people. Typically, mega-events are annual events and attract geocachers from all over the world. The pages of a mega-event mark the location, date, time, description, requirements, etc. of a geocaching event, just as in the case of a regular event cache.

Geocachers who attend a mega-event cache can post a log and receive a mega-event cache icon.

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