What Happens At A TweetUp Stays On Twitter

What happens at a TweetUp stays on Twitter…and the whole world knows.

PCMA 2010 held it’s first TweetUp on Monday, January 11, 2010 at the Aloft Hotel. Thanks to John Fuhr and the team from cmr, along with Aloft Hotel for sponsoring this event and providing Twitinis too. The PCMA Tweeps and #Eventprofs had a blast!

Here are some of the Tweeps that joined us.

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  2. davelutz says:

    Fun stuff…the 2nd best thing to being there! I’m bummed I had to miss the Tweetup, but I was hooting it up at the CIC Hall of Leaders Reception and Dinner. Normally a black tie affar, quite a few people were really decked out to the theme…Denim and Diamonds.

    The Fairmont Dallas Ballroom was decked out! I only took one picture to share http://twitgoo.com/bgbcx I’m a big Terri Breining fan! This is a picture of her accepting the presigious honor.

    There were 5 different stages around the perimeter. Everyone felt like they had a front row seat.

    With no CIC dinner @ PCMA11 I should be able to join all the cool kids at the Tweetup. If you took any pictures, be sure to add links in comments. I didn’t see @jeffhurt in any yet. Was he really there?

    Dave Lutz – @velchain

  3. Thanks for putting the video together Jeff! It was a pleasure to meet you. Hope to see you at another Tweet Up soon!
    Rachel Wimberly
    Senior Editor
    Tradeshow Week

  4. Gary Schirmacher says:

    Jeff, very good work here. Love your Animoto video and the music selection was top notch. Appreciate all the postings of pictures on the PCMA site as well. It was a great PCMA Annual Meeting in Dallas. In my opinion it was a coming out party of sorts for the Tweeps which I have so much respect for. Look forward to seeing more pixs of the CIC Dinner as it was really an important event that recognizes the true leaders of our industry for the past 25 years.

    Keep up the great work, Jeff

    All the best,
    Gary Schirmacher

  5. Dale says:

    Nice video production

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