Then we stopped by TpT headquarters. Which is in a big office building shared with others. And, just for the record, if you’re stopping by, I am warning you that there is a security guard in this big building. And he won’t let you up. But he’ll call someone for you and then have them come down and get you if you know someone that he should call.
I was drawing a blank about who might be working in the office and I couldn’t remember any names except for Amy, the Director of Seller Happiness (I don’t think the security guard believed that) and I’m pretty sure his gun (at least I think he had a gun) was making me gun-shy. I couldn’t remember anyone’s name! I kept saying but I took a picture with the CEO in Vegas, he’s super important, what’s his name? or she’s in charge of social media, she’s blonde, super cute . . . what’s her name??? Steve, Kerry, and Robert had no clue. I mean, really.
I went on Instagram and stalked TpT’s account to get a few names to throw around and then the next thing I knew, Jodi, Elliot, and Sam were downstairs greeting me, ready to take me on a tour.
That’s right, Mr. Big Man Security Guard.
All of that is to say . . . if you’re going to be in New York, let TpT know ahead of time because then you won’t look like a ding dong and you’ll avoid sweating and hurting your brain.
Everyone at TpT was super sweet and it was a great experience! I felt bad though because it was the end of the day on Friday and I’m sure they wished I would leave. Or maybe that’s just how I feel about the end of the day on a Friday at school . . . 😉
Next, we went to a delicious dinner at Davio’s. It’s an Italian steakhouse and it was to die for. The service was unbelievable. They kept bringing us FREE FOOD that we didn’t order. We laughed and talked and laughed and talked and ate and talked and said we have to do this every summer. I hope we can!