Greetings all, I had the great opportunity to work the Gwinnett Eastman gun show today for GCO. I was there with two other good members, Zookeeper and another member who does no have a screen name at this time. Both great guys. We handed out a considerable amount of information packets and applications and had some very good conversations with several of the folks that visited our booth. However, in the vast majority of cases we had to call the folks over to visit us, I will discuss this here as well. Overall, we got a very good response to our mission and organization. However, there were several problem areas that I wish to bring to the attention of the GCO folks that set this all up, in hopes you may be able to address them in the future. First, our booth was isolated, we were in the very back of the room and there were not vendors on either side of us. Furthermore, there was a very large vendor across the lane from us, so when folks did walk by they were looking away from our booth. Secondly, we had no trinket handouts such as pens, buttons, key chains or note pads. Nor did we have anything to sell such as hats or shirts. I feel all these items would have helped attract folks to our booth. Therefore, I would like to make a couple suggestions for future events. 1.) We should approach the vendors and see if they will let us place our handouts at their booths in return for a two month listing on the GP.org website 2.) We need to have so handouts, key chains, buttons, stickers 3.) We should have some items for sale, coffee cups, t-shirts, bumper stickers 4.) We clearly need a better location. Overall, it was a great experience and an excellent means of exposure for GCO. I wanted to share some of my thoughts.