Q Conference 2008, NYC, Part 2

Q Event
This is the most slick conference I’ve ever been a part of. First of all the venue – Gotham Hall, NYC [The Haier Building]. It’s so grand but an appropriate venue. Everything has been very thought through. As an attendee you really feel special and part of something big. You walk in and there’s a great big welcome sign that has everyone’s name on it. Nice touch. Upon registration you’re greeted with a staff armed with MacBook Airs (Apple was a contributing partner). Then the goodie bags – best goodie bag ever. Books from Thomas Nelson Publishing, a Fermi Project water bottle, a TWLOHA t-shirt and more…Drooling yet?
Q is big production.


5 Responses to “Q Conference 2008, NYC, Part 2”

  1. April 13, 2008 at 7:05 pm

    Lovin the pictures Laurence. I’m glad you felt welcomed at Q….it was definitely a special gathering, and 48 hours later as the host of thoughts and words begin to ferment in my spirit, I’m thinking it really was something ‘big’ like you said.

    Blog some more on your thoughts from this 3 day event. We were honored to have you and serve you.

    -Big John (the front door bouncer)
    -Jacksonville, Florida

  2. April 14, 2008 at 11:34 am

    Looks cool, Laurence.

    A few of my fav bloggers were there too:



    Peace & blessings


  3. 3 L T
    April 14, 2008 at 2:18 pm

    I loved being greeted by you every morning. Thanks for serving us in so many ways. I’d love to dialogue more with you and the staff. Looking forward to deeper connections.

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