Color, Curves, Culinary Delights InfuseTerra Nikki Beach Party


If I can put forth what might be construed as a stereotype in the nicest possible manner, Hispanic and Latin America women most certainly know how to accentuate what they've got and have no problem dressing in a way that flaunts it beautifully. Maybe it's the heat. Maybe it's the culture. Maybe it's something else but it's nothing like New York. Now there's nothing wrong with the way New York women dress, mind you, but the thread count to flesh ratio in Miami is far, far lower than it is in New York.

Anyway, now that we have that out of the way, we can move on to more important things such as how great the Terra-sponsored party at Miami's Nikki Beach was and why Miami ad:tech parties now own the top spots on the ad:tech party quality scale. The venue's orange-curtained, white-couched interior was comfortably inviting. The food was plentiful and delectably fulfilling. The drinks were whatever you wanted them to be. The music was great. The venue was elegant. The service was superb.The beach-side atmosphere was unlike anything you will find in New York. The wait staff smiled and actually conversed pleasantly with you. And the windblown palm trees alongside white-sheeted double beach beds in the sand...well, you don't get that very often.

Even the stage dancers were elegant and refined as opposed to the usual thong-clad, hookeresque, air-humping dancers we see at so many other ad:tech parties. Oh, but don't take that as some sort o suggestion we stop that sort of dancer activity. By all means, keep it coming. We're just saying, the two styles are worlds apart.

Part of the night was spent with Syntryx VP of Sales Cris Graham rapping about the industry, expensive pens, misconceptions that come from buying someone a drink and Miami's bootyliciousness.

Also, we met a guy from SAP who, long ago, invented some form of voice recognition. We did our very best to pay attention but it wasn't easy with his stunningly gorgeous, magnetically beautiful fiance standing next to him and the couple's equally stunning-looking friend in a red dress behind them. For all we know, he may have simply invented the Popsicle stick.

That red dress. You just had to be there. Maybe you will be next year when ad:tech makes it's return to Miami for it's second outing. Until then, happy marketing.

by Steve Hall    Jun-27-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Industry Events   

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you're right... very much a stereotype. but not so sure there's such thing as a "complimentary stereotype." especially when it's slightly sexist.

Posted by: The Voice of the Obvious on June 28, 2007 11:33 AM

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