• Subject: Re: CUDS in San Francisco and after
  • From: Larry Bolhuis <lbolhui@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 19 Mar 1999 18:13:05 -0500
  • Organization: Arbor Solutions, Inc

Andrew,

  Leo has good thoughts here!  I remember Day0 CUDS in the past although they
may have been called semething else.  This is an excellent Idea!  Only one
disagreement:  Extend it clear to Midnight!

  - Larry


Leo Lefebvre wrote:
<snip> 
> Here is my point, John suggests that CUDS and Expo be closer together. I would
> suggest that on Day-0 the so-called "expo reception" be combined with the
> first CUDS of the week. I don't think we ever had a CUDS on Day-0.
> 
> In San Francisco, the expo reception was "pathetic".
> 
> Next time, the reception could be started later, maybe 5:30, the food could be
> available for about one hour and once the expo closes, the group could move to
> an adjacent room where the CUDS could have its kick-off ceremony.
> 
> More people would be aware of the "benefits" of CUDS and may have more repeats
> throughout the rest of the week.
> 
> This first CUDS of the week could be sponsored by few vendors (specially that
> many vendors would certainly "hang around" for the evening). This Day-0 CUDS
> does not have to be extended to Midnight. 9:00PM (or 10:00PM) would be fine.
<snip>



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Larry Bolhuis         |
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