TechCrunch Disrupt Was *Awesome*

I've worked a fair number of large events - Howard Dean's last rally in New Hampshire after Iowa before the primary, where I brought 1,400 people to Plymouth State University in the midst of a snowstorm and 20 below temperatures, the inaugural Personal Democracy Forum, and Major League Soccer's All-Star Game - and TechCrunch Disrupt has been the most well put-together large event I've ever had the pleasure to work on.  

The alternating between experts and "celebrities" and small, scrappy entrepreneurs is a masterstroke.  The venue - an abandoned Merrill Lynch office - is inspired.  And the energy - oh, the energy! - has been spectacular.  (And that's to say nothing of the free booze on Tuesday and Wednesday nights.)

I've had a blast working as a volunteer in my capacity as a rising MBA student at the University of Michigan and as the Director of Marketing at Blueleaf.com - I have never been more productive than I was here at TC Disrupt.  Kudos to Heather, Gené, Tanya, and all of the other people who helped to put together this inaugural event.  It had to be as spectacular as TechCrunch 50, but in a new city, in a new venue, with new personnel.  That's certainly no easy task.  And they more than rose to the challenge.
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