As many of you know, there is a great event, Poly Living, that has
been happening every year for the last two years for our community in
Philadelphia. This year it was moving along quite well until the
organizer, George Marvil, died. There has been a lot of talk about the
importance this event and how it needs to go on. Having presented and
enjoyed this venue for the last two years, I whole heartedly agree
that it is important, and that it would be a shame to cancel it now.
The unfortunate reality is that if enough people do not register it
will not happen. Below is a description of things as they are. Please
pass this onto people who might be interested and could possibly help.
The person who wrote the following is the former organizer’s wife. She
OK, here’s the deal: the hotel will let me cancel PolyLiving by Jan. 1
with no penalty. So if we don’t have 100 paying customers by then
(that’s the break-even for this year), I’m going to cancel the event.
At this moment, there are 17 registrants, so there’s a long way to go.
Feel free to pass this information along to others at will. To
register, go to Poly Living and click on the appropriate
link. As a special incentive, if you put in the pricing code “bsmg”
(without the quotes), you’ll get $25 off the current conference price
I don’t have access to the mailing list from last year right now
because it’s somewhere in the busty innards of G’s laptop, and I
haven’t prized it out yet. When I do, I’ll contact that group, of
course. Because of the holidays and dealing with G’s death, I don’t
have a lot of time and energy to devote to promoting the event.
Frankly, I’m exhausted.
Many people have offered to help make PolyLiving 2007 happen. If you
would like to help, what you can do right now is to talk it up with
anyone you think might be interested. Oh, and register, too.
Please help if you can. Thank you.