In addition to our endeavors, advice on AV and planning meetings, I am imparting my great wisdom on years of traveling this big world and running shows. You’ll read important stuff, like finding a good sushi restaurant in the Sonoran Desert of the Southwest; or, how you can nab the last business class seat on a four hour flight - back to that in a minute.
Here is what I’m also thinking. Since almost all my good ideas are advice I most likely heard from someone else, I also want your help. Please send me your travel tips. Now in all fairness you should get something for the idea. So I will give you credit for it. Just think of your name right here in the newsletter. It kind of makes you feel all warm inside.
On to the important part of getting upgraded to the last seat in business class. Remember this, no matter what you may think; they always save one seat for airport release just in case someone runs up at the last minute with a wheel barrel full of money to purchase it. At the airport, it’s all about who gets on the list first. Get there early enough to be the first one to request the upgrade and you might get it. Unless you’re gold, then someone will bump you anyway.
On a serious note, thanks for taking the time to read this, and for letting us work for and with you.__________________________________________________________________________________
Company owner Jeff Warner has been involved in the industry for as long as he can remember as his dad, Harry, started WAV. He joined the company full-time in 1979, and travels the world to help big clients like Bankers Life and Casualty, McDonald's and American Airlines plan AV displays for meetings and events.