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Carl Christensen

The conference could easily be run in a hotel rather than a full blown conference center, which gives you plenty of options throughout the States. For 2010, I reckon it should go West Coast, rather than be in Florida. My vote is for Vegas !

Saïd Amin

orlando vs miami: mark lesnick hit the nail on the head, do you want mango's or disney world? that said, i would get in less trouble in orlando. so, obviously my vote is miami.

vegas sounds good too.

Glenn Millar

Unquestionably, Orlando! Better place to go and because so many of the people who attend are just Goofy!


New York City or Baltimore? Vegas or Reno? London or Bristol? Amsterdam or Rotterdam? Moscow or Siberia? On a serious note, Orlando will be 5-15 degrees colder, boring.. check that, extremely boring and no beach, no great clubs and 1/1000th of the women... and Vegas? It snows in January and local women hate guys with conventions. Not the case in Miami :)

Sam Moorcroft,

I'm game for Orlando (South Beach is a little tiring, 5 years on), but can we do it a month later, when it is warmer?

Ravit Abelman

I say The Westin Diplomat in Hollywood, Florida. Great location, fabulous resort!

I have attended a few conferences at this location in the past and all was GREAT! Easy to meet people when all are in one location.

Jonathan Crutchley

Orlando works. It's an east coast location, usually warm in winter. Miami Beach has been nice, but variety is the spice of life.


Miami 100%

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