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The launch tour is on a holiday break after successful events in Vancouver and Victoria last week. We had good turnout at the Vancouver event and the highlight of the day was the President of VANTUG, Graham Jones, up on stage during the keynote talking about the importance of the community. Coming from a user group background I couldn't agree more with what he said, the community (that is YOU) is important, and a great way to learn and have fun doing it.
At the end of the day we sat back and looked at what it has taken to get this far. Rick's earlier post covered the hardware, but what about all the behind the scenes stuff? Well take a look at this list! 8 Cities so far and.....
21 Events68 Partners250 Demos136 Booths370 Crew Members288 Flights27 Football Fields of Aluminum Extrusion (?? What ??)59 Screens (20" WS up to 14')84 Wireless Microphones290 Lights2600 Feet of pipe and drape (aka curtains)11 Tractor Trailers10 Kilometers of Cabling120,000 Pounds of Freight183 Tablets of ColdFX24 Cans of Red BullToo many bottles of water to count!Too many beers to remember!
And most importantly
And with three cities still to go in January these numbers will still grow.
My colleague Rodney Buike (IT Pro Advisor) just posted some interesting stats for our 2007 Launch Tour