REBar Nashville Tennessee 2012 Definitely Worth The Trip
This post is being published a little later than I wanted. but since the photos I took were with my new iPad there apparently was operator error involved in accessing those photos for this post. I originally wanted to create this post from the iPad...guess I was over ambitious with that thought. Anyway, back at my computer with photos downloaded I'm ready to write and post.
REBar Camp, as I mentioned in an earlier post was not what I expected, but definitely time well spent. Brian Copeland organized the event with a lot of help from volunteers and sponsors. And, it seemed that Brian would tap into any available help such as yours truly. Showing up an hour early I was immediately asked to start folding brochures...no problem and glad to help.
Once 9:00 A.M. rolled around there were several classes to attend and the cool thing was that if it wasn't for you, you could leave the class and join another one that interested you.
REBar Nashville was not as structured as RainCamp, but was every bit as overwhelming with the amount of information to absorb and I look forward to the next REBar.
One of the highlights of the day was the opportunity to meet and hear ActiveRain's very own Missy Caulk pictured below with my @Homes Realty Group Broker Elizabeth Cooper-Golden.
Below left is an interior shot of the factory...a very cool place where many local artists make and sell there craft...clay, jewelry, paintings, blown glass, even massive wrought iron doors. Below right is lunch break at "Sapphire Blue" a Factory restaurant and bar where one of the REBar classes were held...and it just happened to be a class on blogging.
The photo on the bottom left is an iPad class that I attended, once again very informative as all the classes were. We even had a proposal of marriage on state in the photo on the right. You really can't tell much from the vantage point I had, but trust me...at the far right of the stage there was a lot of hugging, kissing, crying and "yes's" going on.
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