NAR: Arrival Day

Ron McCoy and I arrived in New Orleans today, armed and ready for the National Association of Realtors Convention.  We are here to man the Help-U-Sell booth, to proclaim to the world that we are very much here and to kindle as much interest in our brand and unique operating system as possible.  In short:  we are here to conquer the world!   (Or at least take one more step forward in that process).

Ron arrived early and was able to get into the exhibit area and see our booth: he tells me it’s primo.    I got a first look at the final brochures we worked so hard to get ready in time for this show.  They rock.

So tonight there wasn’t much to do other than anticipate . . . and eat dinner!  We went to the French Market Grill where Michael, the bartender I’ve known from many previous visits, holds forth.  We ate catfish and jambalaya and some kind of corn slop-sui that tasted like the Brunswick Stew they make up in heaven.  It was delectable to say the least.

Tomorrow we meet 30,000 fellow Realtors, all looking for an answer, a new idea, a better way.  They need look no further than our beautiful double-wide booth.  There has never been a better time for Help-U-Sell.