Step 1: Attend a NAUCC and read over the USA Rulebook.
Step 2: Create a NAUCC Committee to help with planning. Expect to meet at least monthly during the planning phase.
Step 3: Consider your venues.
The required events include:
Some venues may worry about damage from unicycles. These letters of recommendation for track and freestyle are available to help ease concerns a prospective venue owner.
Step 4: Select NAUCC dates based upon venue availability AND the following guidelines:
* Note that registration numbers are generally much higher on non-Unicon years; therefore it is recommended that new hosts choose non-Unicon years in which to host.
Step 5: Contact the USA Board with your intent to host ~1.5 years prior to the desired host date. Ask for a USA liaison to oversee all aspects of planning. Prepare a short presentation for USA members, and be prepared to present your basic plans (possible dates/venues, for example) at the NAUCC prior to the desired host date.
Step 6: Work with USA liaison to create a budget and registration fees.
Step 7: Create a NAUCC website that offers NAUCC registration payments.
Step 8: Find (or ask the USA to find) experienced folks for the following roles:
Step 9: One or 2 months prior to NAUCC:
Step 10: Just prior to NAUCC and during NAUCC:
Handle all emergencies; expect to drop-the-ball a few times. (No one is perfect.) When a crisis arrives, contact the USA liaison.