The Digital Signage Federation is organizing a golf day on the Monday of Digital Signage Expo week in Lost Wages.
The event runs on Feb. 21st, a day ahead of the DSE’s pre-conference programming. It is a shot-gun start mid-morning at TPC Las Vegas, which I will assume is really really hard. I also assume it has bar carts, so we’re good.
For $175, you get golf, cart, box lunch and entry to the awards reception where there will be food and cocktails available. Players are encouraged to form their own 4-person teams, but singles spots can be sorted out. Club and shoe rentals are extra.
Capital Networks president Bill Trainor (one “l” is correct – as he stresses, his family was very poor when he was young and they couldn’t afford both “l”s) and I are playing and looking for two more knuckleheads to complete a foursome. Send me or Bil a note if you want to lump in with us. Please keep in mind we both live in Canada, so our already suspect abilities will be aggravated by their being snow on the ground up here in the weeks prior to the event. Ringers, no. Fun, yup.
The event is being organized by DSF chair Rich Cooley. If you want to play or sponsor or contribute something, contact him at r.cooley (at) visserdigitalmedia.com
Note – lovely attire photo appropriated from Loudmouth Golf, which dresses John Daly, Norwegian curlers and, I assume, the Latvian Association for the Blind.
Dave Haynes is the founder and editor of Sixteen:Nine, an online publication that has followed the digital signage industry for some 14 years. Dave does strategic advisory consulting work for many end-users and vendors, and also writes for many of them. He’s based near Halifax, Nova Scotia, on Canada’s east coast.