We really enjoyed the conference, seeing many old friends, and making new acquaintances. Since the event was in Nashville we wanted to tailor our booth to reflect the country music atmosphere (actually, Jacqui and I dreamed up that idea a year earlier while driving back from the previous Papercon). Our “Vacuum Guitar” was popular and often photographed. TAPPI posted a photo in the Wednesday edition of the conference newsletter. The paper industry is upbeat with many new projects being discussed. Rod Fisher, of Fisher International said, “It is a rebuild world”. We signed up for Papercon 2015 which will celebrate TAPPI’s 100th anniversary. This will be in Atlanta. Our booth will be #715 in 2015.