Lights Out: A Story of AV-Meeting Planner Camaraderie

Lights Out: A Story of AV-Meeting Planner Camaraderie

By Stephanie Davis Smith, January 12, 2017

Months after the power unexpectedly went out during the 2016 Connect Marketplace, our annual conference for meeting planners and suppliers held this year at Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas, the good people behind the scenes regale their accounts of the camaraderie they witnessed during the morning’s events. Learn how it went down from four POVs, how they got everything back up and what they learned in those 45 dark minutes. It boiled down to one thing: teamwork. Read on for their individual accounts.

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