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OOH…Here’s One Thing

by Jim Johnsen,
Managing Director, Johnsen, Fretty & Company

Shout!

Click here ⇒ Shout Animal House or the arrow below and get ready to dance!

 

 

Anyone else feel like shouting out loud (aka hell ya) that the OAAA/Geopath conference is finally back in person.  I do.  It’s certainly been a highlight of my highlights of the year over the years.  Part learning, part reconnecting and part bonding, it never lacks for fun.  So in the conference’s honor I thought I would try to rattle off its locations over the past 30 years.  Mind you this is straight from memory, and after 30 of these things…my memory has been a little tested if you know what I mean.  Anyway feel free to correct me.  I would welcome the feedback.  And can’t wait to see you.

1991 – Washington, D.C. (Nancy Fletcher elected)

1992 – Colorado Springs, CO (Broadmoor)

1993 – Los Angeles (Century City)

1994 – Palm Beach, FL (Breakers)

1995 – New Orleans, LA

1996 – Boca Raton, FL

1997 – Washington, D.C.

1998 – Palm Springs, CA

1999 – San Francisco, CA

2000 – Anyone? Help please!

2001 – New York (Cancelled due to 9-11)

2002 – Anyone ?

2003 – Washington, D.C.

2004 – Scottsdale (TAB)

2005 – Chicago

2006 – Palm Desert, CA

2007 – San Diego, CA

2008 – Boca Raton, FL

2009 – Cancelled due to recession

2010 – Phoenix

2011 – Miami (Fountainbleu)

2012 – Miami (Fountainbleu)
2013 – Los Angeles

2014 – Orlando, FL

2015 – San Diego, CA

2016 – Boca Raton, FL

2017 – New Orleans, LA

2018 – Austin, TX

2019 – Las Vegas, NV

2020 – Cancelled due to Covid-19

2021 – Virtual

2022 – Marco Island, FL

 

 

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