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'''Show-Me Questions''' is a question provider founded by longtime [[Savannah (MO)|Savannah]] coach [[Bill Luce]]. The company was considered one of the better providers (relatively speaking) of questions used at Missouri invitational tournaments before the increase in popularity of [[pyramidal]] questions. Show-Me provided the questions for [[MACA JV State]] for several years after Luce's retirement from coaching in 2007.  
 
'''Show-Me Questions''' is a question provider founded by longtime [[Savannah (MO)|Savannah]] coach [[Bill Luce]]. The company was considered one of the better providers (relatively speaking) of questions used at Missouri invitational tournaments before the increase in popularity of [[pyramidal]] questions. Show-Me provided the questions for [[MACA JV State]] for several years after Luce's retirement from coaching in 2007.  
  

Latest revision as of 18:14, 1 August 2017

Show-Me Questions
[[Image:‎]]
President or CEO Bill Luce
Location: Missouri
Status unknown (presumed to be CLOSED)

Show-Me Questions is a question provider founded by longtime Savannah coach Bill Luce. The company was considered one of the better providers (relatively speaking) of questions used at Missouri invitational tournaments before the increase in popularity of pyramidal questions. Show-Me provided the questions for MACA JV State for several years after Luce's retirement from coaching in 2007.

With so many Missouri tournaments now using questions from NAQT (the MSHSAA question provider since 2011) and the lack of visibility of non-pyramidal tournaments, it is unclear if they are still providing questions to Missouri-style tournaments unable to obtain an NAQT set.