SQLSaturday Orlando Signs

Andy Warren, 2010-06-23

Life in the event leader fast lane, finally got the signs for our upcoming #49 here in Orlando. In past years we’ve gone with the low budget version, but this year since we’ve got ace fund raiser Jack Corbett working on sponsors, we’re investing a little. Ordered 25 of the 18×24 signs on plastic, printed both sides, $150 with shipping plus the metal stands. Now I just need to find a Rubbermaid or similar container to store them in, or, maybe we’ll give them away as keep sakes.

And the chair? It’s one of two at the office, comfortable, but that pattern was all they had in stock that day, matches the pants that Steve Jones likes to wear!

 

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