I also love that Jalopnik and the NY Times Automotive Section were on to my tweets within seconds. Are they trolling for auto show information by the moment? Either way, I am impressed. The consumers remained calm and the lights were back on within 8 minutes. The only thing that I questioned was the lack of response from show management. We didn't hear a peep from them. Surely there is a universal PA system to tell the public that everything is okay and that they are working on restoring power? Does anyone have an emergency plan in place these days? I know Cobo Hall didn't do a thing during the fire in 2009. The other good news is that New York's famed "Gang Night" on Easter Sunday was the calmest in years, so maybe my luck is changing after all.
Lights back on and all is well at the 2011 New York Auto Show........
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Are you sure it was a power outage and not just a convention wide game of Seven Minutes in Heaven?ReplyDelete
Geez, nobody invited me to that game!ReplyDelete
A switchgear blew a fuse in one of the electrical feeds... again. Same thing happened last year. At least this time no doors went closing.ReplyDelete
See? You never know who is reading my blog. Thanks for the update. I hope Javits gets the renovation it deserves!ReplyDelete