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The Delta Club Room on concourse F looks about like all the other Club Rooms around the country. But it is surprisingly empty. Guess few people are heading out on international flights on a Friday night. We figure that the trip will go very smoothly from now on. Our snafus were all front-loaded, starting with the ...
... even want BCD staff to be located in their area (or even on-site). As I mentioned, the tight-nit structure allows the company to be considerably flexible in its client relationships. In contrast to competitors, BCD has foregone the cookie-cutter approach and, in so doing, shows how it can take on the world.
PS - I also discovered today how BCD was involved in the relief effort surrounding Hurricane "Sandy"! This company is full of surprises.
... all, a very hectic month ahead. But as I discussed in my previous post, this time will certainly help me understand what BCD travel is all about. My bullet points only tell you where I'll be going. They don't show the depth and breadth of my exposure to the company. In order to find out about that (and more) you'll just need to keep reading this blog! For now, I'll just wish you good night from Atlanta, where this extraordinary experience begins.
... a ton of onions, 2,500 pounds of potatoes, 5,000 fried pies and 300 gallons of chili are made from scratch daily.
We drove to Stone Mountain. This granite formation includes a large rock sculpture of three confederate leaders; President Jefferson Davis, General Robert E. Lee, and General Thomas J, "Stonewall" Jackson. It was actually a vision of Gutzon Borglum's in 1915; the creator of Mount Rushmore. Work was delayed until 1923 because ...
... mule grits, housemade tasso ham and smoked tomato gravy, finishing off with bourbon on-the-rocks in the W bar.
Oh, and Atlanta is famous for three things, by the way (you'll thank me for this when any of it comes up in a game of Trivial Pursuit): it's where Coca-Cola was invented, Martin Luther King Jr. was born and Margaret Mitchell wrote "Gone With the Wind"...
Nashville, Tennesee, tomorrow.
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