Fri, Jul 24, 2009
Oshkosh 2008 is nearly a year behind us and the 2009 iteration
is a few days away... So, while the images are still
pretty fresh in our minds (and on our video servers), we're going
to finish taking a quick look over the daily episodes we produced
at Oshkosh 2008, while our video crews get ready to do it all
again, and then some (yup, we're raising the bar again this year...
wait til you see what we have in mind for you!). We hope you enjoy
these programs as much as we enjoyed producing them.
Oshkosh 2008 is about to take its place in history... and what
was once feared as a potential disappointment over possible
economic disincentives (i.e., fuel prices), has turned out to be a
Opening day was strong, it didn't let up form there, the weather
was good, the attendance powerful and let's face it, this year's
lineup just plain rocked the house.
In other words, it was a GREAT Oshkosh and while there are few
bad ones, per se, the doubts and concerns of 2008 gave way to an
astounding event that was enjoyed by all.
If you don't believe that... just listen to this... Aero-TV
crews had a wonderful time meeting the OSH crowds, and spent a fair
amount of time asking THEM what made THEIR Oshkosh... see if YOU
agree with THEIR answers.
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