Dear Goon,Sorry, I am terrible with names and age has turned my memory into Swiss cheese, but I believe we met yesterday towards the end of the event.Anyway, I just wanted to let you know, I had never heard of QBC before, but, after yesterday, it wasn't good, it was, as Tony the Tiger used to say...GREAT!!!!The alumni were great, the panel shows terrific, the signings incredibly well run, the exhibitors had great items, it was a great day from start to finish. A personal thanks to everyone who worked so hard to pull it off so well. I have been involved for over 40 years in administration of large bridge tournaments (the card game), with 4000-6000 people playing bridge at the same time, so I know the incredible logistical issues that such an event can create and yesterday was unbelievable smooth. Congratulations to everyone.For sure, this is now an annual must on my calendar, my only regret being the preceding years that I missed. Live and learn.Thanks so much,Peter
I just want to say this makes me happy. It is great to know that all the hard work that Dan and myself do that leads up to the QBC is appreciated makes all of it worth it. Then day of we have such an amazing group of friends that volunteer their time to help us out and do it with such a great demeanor. We love our QBC family.
I had so many folks come up to me on Saturday during the day telling me how awesome the day is and how much fun they were having really made it feel like we keep getting better and better.
We have to thank the Mets, The Brooklyn Cyclones, Binghamton Rumble Ponies,Syracuse Mets, Send in the Clowns, SNY, and Coney Island Beer for all the great giveaways.