Behind the Scenes

Beware of the Blog

Whether you're at our Club Industry show or plan to follow along on our Web site, you simply must take time out from the billions of other options on the Internet and read our Behind the Scenes blog. You don't know what you're going to read or find out on our blog. Sometimes, we don't know, either.

Check out the following posts from our blog at the Club Industry East show in New York, for example. Be sure to closely examine the last paragraph of Jennipher Shaver's post, and then my post. Maybe we should have had a meeting or something before the show so that we wouldn't have written about the same thing. I look at it as two great minds joined on the same wavelength.

We'll have the usual posts about speakers, seminars and vendors. (I've already got my customary appointment lined up with our good friends at Checkfree.) We'll also have some posts about stuff away from the show. This post is my all-time favorite since I started working here, and it's not because I wrote it. (OK, that might be part of the reason.) I wonder if we'll go back to that restaurant this year, and I wonder if "Danny Bonaduce" is still working there. He's worth the return trip.

Perhaps my colleagues will post their favorite past posts here, too. That way, we can place as many links in one post as possible. The more links, the more hits we get, and somehow, some way, that means our company will make more money. And that, in the end, is why you should read our Club Industry 2008 blog.

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