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How far? I'm willing to travel outside my comfort zone, because that my friends, is where growth and results happen.
I've never been to RainCamp, but I have attended RainCamp webinars-or is that AR U? So, that would be a fun experience. I'd say I'm willing to go anywhere Virgin America flys, so Maui would be a great start :) The further you travel to events, the more diverse your database becomes. I've often flown to Success Tours & Turning Points for Buffini & Company and I flew to some Ninja Trainings with The Group. I love to travel though.
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La Jolla, CA
Granite Bay, CA
2 hours would be OK (driving).
I've heard good things about Rain Camps. Would not fly, but would travel probably up to about two hours or so.
I'd try my best to attend, even if a plane/hotel were involved. It would also depend on what the raincamps entailed.
Debbie Reynolds in fact, I am thinking one step further - having a National level event for AR.
I am already traveling hundreds of miles just to attend meet-up in my area.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
I would travel up to 4 hours away.
I would go within an adjoining state
Debbie, attended in New Orleans many years ago, was very fun. Not sure I can nowdays with the business so crazy.
No, I would not attend RainCamps.
I would suggest webinars as a much less expensive way to have an even larger potential audience. And, no travel time or expenses for the members.
Hi Debbie. I really don't know. It would depend on what's happening in my business. I'm not willing to be away for more than a day when things are happening.
i would be willing to travel to....the end of the earth, OR... my beer cooler, whicher comes first. :)
seriously, meeting the people is nice... im so swamped all the time, i push myself so, i have a hard time taking any time, and not sleeping in my own bed :). and i love the knowledge and learning i see happening here online. thanks to you all
Yes, I would like to attend another. Very useful and very fun. I'd prob. travel up to 2 hrs (driving).
Debbie, I would even brave the misery of driving through Chicago again to get to a Rain Camp. It was the best real estate conference I ever attended and the B-BOYS (Brad, Bob, and Ben) did a great job and the price was just right!
It depends, if it was just a day event, not over an hour travel. If it was a couple of days it depends on the destination and ease of flights.
May not anything, but I would try to make it. If it's in a nice area, I'd even travel a decent distance and maybe stay a few extra days.
There is so much info on the internet these days. Furthermore, I had just discovered Inman Reboot, a one day conference last year, that was held in several US cities as well as Toronto and went at that time. I had assumed it would be run again this year but was shocked to learn that they ceased to hold the Reboot conferences anywhere anymore. They only have the NYC and SF multi-day conferences.
I don't think it would be financially feasible for them to have it.
Hello Debbie Reynolds , I would adore attending a RainCamp and would do everything possible to attend. If one was held within 3 hours, that would be excellent and from here several cities are good options...Greenville or Spartanburg, SC, Knoxville, TN, Asheville, NC, Atlanta, GA
I'll travel up to 4 hours which would give me a wide area to choose from. Nothing that close has ever happened.
I went to the very first RainCamp; it was awesome and only 47 miles away.
Probably not, but I suspect that some folks here would be there.
Yes, and it depends on how many would be attending.
We'd go if it was well organized.
I would attend RainCamp and be wiling to travel 100 miles or so.
I would drive up to two hours. Anything beyond requires a stay over.
Debbie, many years ago, I attended a RainCamp in Orlando which is about 2-2 1/2 hours away depending. I stayed overnight so driving a little farther would be ok. I definitely would want to attend.
I would go out of my way to attend one or more. How far I would travel would depend on the destination and how badly I would want to visit a particular place.
I travel a lot already anyway, so traveling for these would not be a problem for me I'm betting.
I have been to Raincamp twice in the past. I would travel in the San Francisco Bay Area…maybe to Sacramento, too.
I would attend another RainCamp uo to 150 miles away, maybe more.