No, not the "exhibit" floor. The actual floor. Because there weren't enough tables.
There were so many people eating lunch next to the very lame cafe at the Javits Center that we were forced to eat on the floor.
There's a lot of floor. In fact, there's enough floor for at least 1,000 more chairs and tables.
You can't see the overflowing garbage can next to us, or the ketchup smeared on the floor.
Yeah, why is that again?
Having done some speaking at local not-for-profit events, it seems there's always too much food and too many seats. Then again, the hallmark of most large show producers has been to concentrate on exhibitors at the expense of attendees since that's where the real money is... seems that still hasn't changed.
Speaking of which, seeing as how Seth is an author and Reed is listening and caring about what authors say... obviously Reed can change this. Right?