Are you going to Interchange next week?
Interchange @ Vegas May 8th – May 12th
Will you be at Interchange? We'll be there - the entire week! Keep an eye out for us looking like James here and say hi! Maybe not as good-looking, but you get the point. Who are we taking? Dan Davis - Manager of Sales, Chet Goodin - Senior HEAT Consultant - Chris Revelia - HEAT Consultant, and I'll be there too.
What to do in Vegas?
Shows. While you’re there, don’t forget to enjoy what Vegas has to offer! My favorite thing to do is see the shows. They aren’t cheap, but if possible, go see Cirque Du Soleil’s “Mystere”. It’s by far my favorite. Another really good one by them is “O”. It’s in the Bellagio – and the stage is made of water. It’s really an amazing show.
Play. If you’re looking to make a few bets, and you love great music playing in the background, go visit the Hard Rock Casino. I’ve personally ‘done well’ there (your mileage may vary), but what I love the most is the music they play. Really sets the mood. New York New York is also fun!
Explore. If you stay an extra day or so, allow me to recommend visiting the Hover Dam, and take the tour. I’d take an uber type service for transportation, unless you want to hop in a bus full of strangers, then get taken through every tourist trap on the way back from the Dam tour. Yeah, that happened to us a few years back.
Shop. If you like to shop, across the street north a little is the Venetian, where you can browse all types of stores. There’s also another great mall next door to the Mirage that is connected to Caesar’s Palace. But if you’re a high-end shopper, I suggest going to the Aria, one of Vega’s newer spots. Just walking around those malls is always fun, nevertheless!
Eat. Finally, if you like to eat, pretty much any place you find will be good, unless the wait staff is having a bad day. If you’re the buffet kind, no problem! The best buffet in my opinion is the Wynn. It’s nice in there and the food choices are endless. The Mirage has a buffet, and if I recall, went down just fine.
Whatever you do in Vegas, remember to enjoy yourself, don’t make eye contact with the people handing out little ‘cards’ on the street, however STAY ON THE SIDEWALKS, and you’ll be fine. Don’t forget to find us - anywhere! We decided not to have a booth this year, because we like to roam and meet others. So if you see one of us, come say hello and mention this newsletter. We’ll give you 2 free consulting hours to do whatever you please. How about that? See you there!
Dataseti President & CEO