After the rave reviews
and enormous success of the first office party at Bruce Hazen's digs in the old
city, we hesitate to try to top ourselves. Nonetheless, we will be moving the
venue west across the river, to the wilderness and rarified atmosphere of
Sylvan Hill and the well-camouflaged and deer-protected offices of The QMP
Come enjoy appetizers and a glass of wine or soft drink. Experience,
first hand, where Practice Development SIG participants erupt in spontaneous,
insuppressible wide-eyed and hysterical shouts of joy, delight, and hope. Feel
the karma of the place where insights abound and hallelluias erupt, cathartic
tears washing over the faces of the faithful, as epiphanies strike like
lightning, searing into the imaginations and business visions of all.
be music, singing, joking, guitar smashing and arm wrestling. Only kidding,
this is not Animal House. It is explicitly forbidden to drive motorcycles into
the building. During a break in the festivities, Jerry will take a few minutes
to explain his work and office setting, so we all know him better than just
that guy across the breakfast meeting table once a month.
Members are invited
to bring a friend, client, colleague or prospective/wayward IMC member to the
party, too. There are only 2 rules: Everyone must eventually leave and everyone
must leave sober and happy they came. Special Drawing: A prize will be awarded
those wishing to enter a no-obligation contest. Simply write down what you
believe QMP stands for on the back of your business card, or $100 bill, and we
will draw a winner from the group of correct answers.
* card: an usually clownishly amusing person: wag. As in, He's
such a card. So sayeth Merriam-Webster.