[Nfbmo] An inquiry
DanFlasar at aol.com
DanFlasar at aol.com
Wed Mar 31 00:45:15 UTC 2010
I thought the rooms and the staff of the hotel were both great - no
complaints there. The registration area
was in way too large of a room but that's really just quibbling. Only
real complaint I had was that the restaur-
aunt/sports bar was simply unusable due to the constant smoking and
apparently nonexistent ventilation
system (this does not include the breakfast area which was really nice).
I liked having an uninterrupted meal on Saturday so that can be a
good tradition to follow.
Springfield did a great job!
In a message dated 3/30/2010 5:01:58 P.M. Central Daylight Time,
henderson_377 at hotmail.com writes:
THE MEAL WAS VERY GOOD AND THE ONY PROBLEM I HAD WAS ROOM SERVICE,THE
HOTEL WAS GREATAS WAS THE BREAKFAST
> From: escoulter at centurytel.net
> To: nfbmo at nfbnet.org
> Date: Sun, 28 Mar 2010 18:44:36 -0500
> Subject: [Nfbmo] An inquiry
> Greetings one and all,
> Our President has asked everyone for feedback on the convention by
Wednesday March 31 to be sent to him. In addition, I would like feedback about
our hotel arrangements such as the acceptability of meeting space,
registration area, staff courtesy, size of hotel, things you would like to be done
> Do you enjoy the program-free lunch like we had where you can just relax
or would you rather have a program item or meeting?
> Now, that we have run into hotels that provide buffet breakfasts what
option do you want for the Sunday morning prayer breakfast? (Please only
answer if you generally attend the breakfast) A. Not do the breakfast; B. pay
$5.00 to have the hotel set up a separate buffet like this year where we
only pay for setup, or C. have a plated breakfast at a cost of $12.00 to
$15.00 a piece.
> You need not bother to complain about the sound system as I am first in
line. Also, feel free to comment on the menu selection for lunch or dinner
but complaining about the quality of food is pointless and has been since
the term "rubber chicken" or beef was first invented.
> Feel free to make these comments to me separately or include in comments
to Gary about program and other items that he desires.
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