LETTER FROM HEADQUARTERS LOOKING AT MEETING EXHIBITS WITH FRESH EYES t the AMS meeting in Washington, D.C., last regular conference sessions, enriching the content August (34th Broadcast Meteorology, 21st WAF, and adding new perspectives t o the discussions within and 17th NW P conferences), I was given the those sessions, as well as those in th e halls and during opportunity t o see one aspect of an AMS meeting in the coffee breaks. This helps t o broaden the experi- a whole new way. I had the good fortune of having ence fo r all attendees and can be especially beneficial my family join me on this trip, and I too k my tw o sons when conferences that do not normally include ex- (ages seven and twelve years) with me t o the opening hibits programs are held jointly with one that does, reception of th e exhibit hall. Seeing thei r reactions t o as was the case in the August meeting. the exhibits was very interesting. The seven-year-old Feedback from the August meeting indicates that was, as you might imagine, most excited about the th e exhibitors found the venue provided "good"- promotional gifts he
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 2005
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