The Home Business Summit ended last night with a wrap dinner for the attendees who purchased tickets from me. As you may recall, I offered to buy dinner for the first 15 people who purchased tickets. I make a small commission on ticket sales, and instead of pocketing the money, I used it to take everyone out to the Kickin Crab in Irvine.
Kickin’ Crab is pretty busy on a Sunday night. We had to wait about 30 minute for them to prepare our table. For many attendees, this was their first experience with Louisiana seafood and Cajun cuisine. The Kickin’ Crab is messy dining at its finest. You won’t find any kitchen utensils like knives or forks on the table. There are big rolls of paper towels to wipe your hands. And you will be cleaning your hands often thanks to the sauce that will be dripping off your fingers. It was pretty funny to watch the expressions on the people’s faces as the waiter dropped plastic bags full of seafood on the table.
Everyone had a great time, and formed a deeper relationship with each other. This is one of the reasons I put on private dinners at major events. It allows everyone to relax and get to know each other better. It’s also a great way to end a summit. I hope to have dinner with you at the next event.