Posted by nancy on March 22nd, 2012 at 10:04 pm
Our friend Gary Auerbach (http://www.frisbeeguy.com/) lives and breathes fun. Not only is he a World Freestyle Frisbee Champion (pretty cool, right?), but he also speaks on issues such as sportsmanship, bullying and staying stress-free through games and activities. His booth was one of the most entertaining ones we saw, thanks to his constant energy and juggling/Frisbee tricks. It’s no wonder summer camps love this guy!
Posted by nancy on March 22nd, 2012 at 9:21 pm
These three young men from the Game Builders Academy (www.gbalearning.com) were energetic and friendly, but above all, they were passionate about their camp! No fancy or elaborate booths could beat the genuine enthusiasm this staff displayed for their camp. They even took the time to participate in a short interview about their backgrounds, featured programs and personal experiences in teaching children. These guys knew their stuff and can't wait to share their programs and knowledge with other ...
Posted by nancy on March 22nd, 2012 at 9:15 pm
Once again, we’re perplexed by exhibitors who refuse to show up to their own booths. Why rent the space if you’re not able to staff it?
The booth from Ripley’s Believe It Or Not? was a natural for this section. Yes, their wobbling safari explorer on stilts caught our attention, but he also made us worry for the safety of everybody around him.
Posted by nancy on March 22nd, 2012 at 9:11 pm
Betzios pizza company (http://www.betzios.com/) made sure that nobody was walking the trade show floor on an empty stomach! The pizza was quick, easy-to-make and above all, delicious. Every time they pulled a new pizza out of the oven, a line of happy campers would materialize. And because their booth was so large and crowded, everybody remembered their brand!
“YES” is the key word at this eye-catching display. This booth by Kevin's Promotional Products (http://www...
Posted by nancy on March 22nd, 2012 at 9:04 pm
Ever wish you could relive the glory days and go back to your favorite summer camp? Once we’re past childhood, there’s nothing we can do…unless we revive our experiences with other camp enthusiasts! ShowGirlTalk made the trip to Atlantic City where the National Camp Association was hosting their 30th Tri-State Camp Conference. As we mingled with people from all different kinds of camps and backgrounds, we were amazed by how little the conference has changed over the years. Sure, there are ...