It would be great to see pictures and reviews of the show on a blog or something. On a rock climbing site I fequent they do an active review of the major climbing trade shows promoting all the great new equipment. They go booth to booth doing interviews, photos etc.
d-man is soo right. I recently aquired some video of the 1989 Fairbanks symposium for an old friend and they are still mostly up to date and invaluable in many ways. A lot of us can't just board a plane and fly to Fairbanks but if there was some way to attend it live via home computer I'd defnitely sign up.
They do Video tape the seminars which are available for sale. Now the blog part. I wouldnt mind being flown up each year to keep you all informed. HA.... Really though the Blog is a good idea. I assume Mushing will do a story on the show as I saw Gregg taking many pictures and talking to a lot of people.
You can order the audio, and if I'm not mistaken, some video of symposiums every year. Go to sleddog.org and search on there. They record all of the seminars.
Good idea on the blog. I was there all weekend and could've done that...though I must admit that I didn't have much time to blog at all. BTW, I posted a pic of my Fox hat on my own blog, if anyone wants to see it.
Happy Trails! Tammi
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A clarification: Sled Dog Studio does the recording of the symposium. Audio only, and only from sessions that were held in the theater. You can look at the symposium program schedule to see which sessions were in the theater. Go to http://www.sleddogstudio.com/symposium/ or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for information about ordering recordings (including previous years'). I don't see details for this year's recordings, but I'm sure they're working on getting the info up as soon as they can. Hope that helps! Andrea (2007 ADMA symposium committee member)