201Re: [midatlanticretro] Good news for us
- Apr 4, 2005I never understood why it takes so long to arrange
such an event...but Ive never done it. It wont be
anywhere near as big as TCF mind you. Truth is, how
many attendees would it draw if it was only vintage?
Maybe consider an autumn version of TCF, minus all the
indoor vendors (i.e. just flea market and maybe a few
workshops.). I think I was going to say something
else, but I forgot...
--- billdeg@... <billdeg@...> wrote:
> It seems like far into the future, but planning oneof these events will take
> a year, I agree with Evan about March as the date.We should get started
> asap. We can discuss the basics at the TCF, startassigning prelimiary tasks, etc.
> BillStandard Time,
> In a message dated 4/4/2005 12:10:39 PM Eastern
> evan947@... writes:with VCF's Sellam
> > Per prior emails (from March 16), I corresponded
> > Ismail yesterday, and he supports our idea formaking VCF East into a
> > MARCH event.run the main VCF
> > This is part of a trend. Sellam will continue to
> > show every fall out in Silicon Valley, but he'soffloading the
> > regional events to trusted peers. He trusts usto run "VCF East by
> > MARCH".__________________________________
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