[gsis_admins] Re: Any ideas?

  • From: "Tarleton, Anna" <Anna.Tarleton@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "gsis_admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <gsis_admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2015 01:54:18 +0000

Just because you are crazy and need to take your meds doesn't mean that these 
aren't good ideas. LOL

We are doing the social media drawing. Rhonda typically does a data survival 
gift in her sessions for the person who wins her ABC Jeopardy game. Those are 
different.  We could take your idea and post a keyword for each session on our 
website and/or Twitter site, then do the drawing based on those who provide the 
clue for that session.

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From: gsis_admins-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <gsis_admins-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> on 
behalf of Denise Epperson <denise.epperson@xxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, January 25, 2015 7:42:27 PM
To: gsis_admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [gsis_admins] Any ideas?

I've been thinking.....Yes, I know that's scary.  I know we always do the 
tickets and we started last year with writing the names on the cards in the 
rooms for prizes, but I was wondering if there was something that we could do 
that would be fun to do.  We will have to keep the tickets for somethings, but 
what are some creative ways to give things away.  We all know how long the days 
can be sitting in sessions all day long and how you can loose interest (Don't 
say it hasn't happened to you.)  For example, in Session 1, across the board if 
you want, the presenter says "Marco" during their presentation and sees if 
anyone says "Polo" and maybe a second time if no one answers the first time, if 
someone does not then no prize is given.  If we have prizes leftover from 
Wednesday sessions and the morning sessions of Thursday, we go in during lunch 
play some upbeat music, see if anyone starts dancing, give a prize.  I would 
like to make it fun.  Let's keep people guessing what we will do next.

Any thoughts?  Suggestions?  Any you are crazy and go take your meds?

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