The fabulous Billy D hosted another rockin’ Cal Jam in mostly sunny Costa Mesa, CA. It rarely rains in southern California but of course, it rained on us! But that didn’t stop the Cal Jammers from soaking up all that took place inside the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Chiropractors donned jeans and tee’s and were educated by elite speakers in chiropractic and entertained by Billy D’s band, The Adjustor’s, after each information-packed session. As a vendor, we could hear the music rockin’ through the walls!
Attendees came out of each session, energized and ready to visit with exhibitors. The intraLINE taste testing was a hit. The natural energy provided by intraMAX, intraMIN and intraKID made them the go-to products of the show.
If you know, Billy D, then you know his high energy. How did he stay at the top of his game throughout Cal Jam? By making his way to our booth to snag some intraMAX! By the end of the show, chiropractor after chiropractor stopped by to check out, 'the stuff Billy D drinks.' After their first ounce, they were sold!
To wrap up the weekend: a disco turned 80’s rock band brought down the house! The energy was electric and Cal Jammers danced the night away! Apparently, B.J. Palmer’s quote: “Don’t take yourself too damn seriously," has spread like wildfire throughout the profession! That is what we love about Billy and the Cal Jam crew, their passionate about Chiropractic and know how to have a great time!
Thanks for an amazing weekend Billy! You rocked the house and made a fan of Drucker Labs!
Every year, thousands of chiropractors from around the world make their way to Sin City for Parker College's biggest seminar. The Vegas show is always a milestone for our company. 2011 was no exception. It was Drucker's first show of the year and we were kicking it off with a brand new booth!
We enjoyed watching everyones reactions to all the color the new booth brings. Many were reaching to 'pick' a piece of fruit off the tree! The large attendance at the Hilton Las Vegas kept us very busy, even with a double booth and two sample stations.
Traffic was at an all-time high and it was a great opportunity to meet new chiropractors and students, as well as catch up with familiar faces.
The information packed seminar concluded with the Third Annual Parker Gala, which raises funds for chiropractic research. Women in cocktail dresses and men in suites made their way down the red carpet to the gala entrance.
After dinner, recognitions and inspirational words from the honorary host, Nick Vujicic, president of Life Without Limbs, it was time to open up the dance floor. The gala attendee’s danced the remainder of the night away to the Makusa, a band made up of Parke students and alum and Song Division. Not only was this year’s Parker Las Vegas a major success, it was loads of fun too!
Until next time,
Susan Holland, College Liaison