Experience as a project manager helped Billy Wheeler when he acted as a show chair. Now our Blogger in Chief is involved with planning the biggest “show” he will ever produce: his daughter’s wedding. Billy shares the emotional side of planning this – or any – event, from the trepidation at the beginning, the unbridled enthusiasm early on, the determination to see things through and the letdown when it’s all over.
DFR Blogger Kayla Bertagnolli has been to a lot of canine competitions this year, from the big marquee events to her local all-breed shows. Depending on an event’s size, she says that exhibitors and spectators can experience an energy level ranging from calm to chaotic. Today Kayla would like to know which would you rather attend: big shows or little shows?
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