I just want to take a few moments to talk about how great the Goodwill Ambassador Program sessions were last year. Each one was very interesting and informative. It’s nice to get together with fellow Airport Authority employees who are interested in being knowledgeable Goodwill Ambassadors and representing the airport well in our community. And, of course, it’s fun!
My favorite part at the first session — on our airport’s history — was Joe and his stellar impersonation of Charles Lindbergh. Joe sure committed to the role – what a great actor we have in our midst! To see his starring role, check out the Goodwill Ambassa-Show video presented in a very early post on the Ambassablog. Remember (Airport Authority employees only), the video is a Home Treat, so you’ll want to watch it from your computer at home:
At the second Goodwill Ambassador session — which covered the airport as it is today — my competitive nature came out as I enthusiastically cheered for my team to win the In The Know, 4-In-A-Row game. It got a bit contentious for a while there, as the teams tried to accuse each other of bending the rules … what a riot it was! It was fun to memorize facts and figures about the airport in preparation for that fun game.
And my all-time favorite Goodwill Ambassador moment from last year was Professor Anton (below) visiting us from the future in the session about the future of the airport. I certainly hope we get to hear more predictions about the future from our eccentric friend, Professor Anton!
You can see some great graphics for each session, created by the talented Sharon and Jon in the Marketing & Communications Division, by going to the Ambassa-Past section of the Ambassablog, located toward the bottom of the left sidebar.
What were your favorite moments from the 2007 Goodwill Ambassador sessions? I’m looking forward to seeing you at the first 2008 sessions next week!
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