On Mon, Mar 22, 2010 at 11:41:38AM -0400, Mel Chua wrote:
> > We can safely assume the print vendor will have a timeline on which
> > they're working for all other Summit materials, so we can use their
> > timeline to decide whether we can finish in time for the Summit. If
> > that timeline doesn't work for us, that simply means we don't give
> > them out at the event, but we can continue working on the materials
> > for later events.
> Okeydokey - this sounds great. (Wow, press kit has momentum!)
> Do we have an idea of what that timeline might be?
Or when we might
> know it by? We can put it down as an agenda item for the Marketing
> meeting after we'll know that information, to check in at that point and
> see what's sane for us to do.
Just waiting to hear back from the Summit folks, hopefully not more
than 24 hours or so off. I'll try to have the answer by meeting time
tomorrow if possible.
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