A Bachelor Party and Wireless Store

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A Bachelor Party and Wireless Store

Recently I had a bachelor party in Las Vegas for a good friend followed by a speech at the Concerto User Group Meeting on Monday morning. If you get a chance to stay at The Hotel at Mandalay Bay, you should give it a shot. Very nice accommodations More like a W hotel in Manhattan. The level of snootiness is high however. When we arrived, we waited for 20 minutes to sit in the restaurant only find out that there are five tables taken out of 80 available. Many of them were marked reserved so on the way out I ask if I could reserve a table for Saturday brunch. Guess what They dont take reservations. There is a value-chain in Vegas and many people get rich off of everything you do. A concierge here, a doorman there and a bell captain somewhere else. Everyone is on the take and the system is designed to accommodate it all. We even hired a planner for the bachelor party. Guess what We didnt wait in line once. We bypassed thousands of people in two nights. I could go on of course and explain how this is a top down issue, starting in our government and Wall Street and going on down the chain but I will refrain. Instead I wanted an amazing wireless store with you. I was in the Orlando airport on the way back from my speech and stopped in to a store named Airport Wireless. I was blown away. These guys sell the most amazing products from bluetooth headsets and accessories to Blackberry accessories. It is like a Fryes Electronics oasis in the middle of the Orlando Airport Food court. I have yet to see a store with such great products and none of the usual airport crap mixed in. The prices were a bit higher than online but you pay for convenience. They are also located in the Philly airport, Newark, Cleveland-Hopkins and Boston-Logan. Say hi to Derek Evans, Derek@airportwireless.com 407-825-6475... He knows his stuff and tells me that shipping is free.


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