I headed over to the IFC Crossroads House to pick up mine and husband's wristbands. This was the first time I took my bike out and had to lock it somewhere and be out of sight from it. The line took about an hour but I got them! And my bike was still there when I got back to it! Success!
|The line after I got my wristband, an hour after they started handing them out. Popular Place!|
I headed home and waited for husband and my brother to arrive. We walked down towards the convention center together but husband and I left to wait in line to pick up my PureVolume House badge. While waiting in line we were offered lots of PepsiMax and some Monster Energy Drinks, but I went with my hometown favorite, Sweet Leaf Tea, courtesy of Gowalla.
We stopped in at home so I could change and grab my bag of clothes for the TxSCC Clothing Swap. We headed to the swap at 2nd and Colorado to drop off my items. Then we had some time to kill before the craziness, so we headed to Chi'Lantro at 5th and Colorado in order to take advantage of the $0.25 tacos thanks to GoPayment. I wasn't sure I would like the Korean bbq/Taco combination, but it was actually pretty tasty. I had the tofu and husband had the spicy pork. They are going to be continuing the cheap tacos for the next couple days so check out Twitter for more info.
Back at the TxSCC headquarters we lined up for the swap. People were really trying to spot good items through the windows from outside
I was just pleased that I didn't see anything I had brought still on the tables so hopefully whoever took the items I brought enjoy them.
I picked up my TX Style Council Conference badge and bag, and we headed home.
Here's some of the fun swag
Geekend conference in Boston and Savannah, GA. Normally I'm not big on promo shirts because most of the time it is a one size fits none XL or I just don't feel like wearing a logo of something I'm not that into, but the design on this shirt was pretty cute.
I'm excited for tomorrow. Lots of free food and the TxSCC 2nd St scavenger hunt.