Warren Corpus is the VP of Business Development as well as the Compliance Officer for Vayan Marketing Group. He is often called the Dean of Delivery and the Count of Accountability.
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ADOTAS – Ahhh… a new year. 2011 was an odd year, but a prime year as well. (Only you mathematicians will get that one. ) This week we’ll be crowning a new National Champion in college football (my money is on the SEC), and next month we may have a new Super Bowl Champion as well – and even though I’d love it, I don’t think Tim Tebow will be going to Disney World.
ADOTAS – The rites of spring: St. Patty’s Day, the vernal equinox, March Madness – they all fall around the third week of March. Many weeks ago, Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring – but was he correct? Snow continued to fall all around the U. S. – even on April 1, no foolin’!.
ADOTAS – The beginning of a new year is the perfect time for reflection - looking back at what you've accomplished, and how it compares to what looms ahead. Earlier today, what loomed ahead for me was completion of this very article you're reading, and my "reflection" consisted of looking at columns I've written in the past - and deciding if it's really "plagiarism" if I copy my own work.
ADOTAS – As I sit here in my house trying to bang this article out before I jump on my JetBlue flight, I can't believe ad:tech again descends on New York for two days beginning tomorrow. I guess I'm used to the show beginning after the New York Marathon - I’m used to fighting people who are in impossibly good shape for cabs and hotel rooms.
ADOTAS – How is the summer of 2010 going, everyone? It's been a strange year — the "Aints" won the Super Bowl, "Billy the Bass" became a singing sensation pushing fast-food fried boneless fish sandwiches, Japanese cars became the "wrong" ones to buy, the U. S. was temporarily interested in the World Cup, stadium horns became internationally hated, we watched the self-destruction of the greatest golfer who ever lived, we cringed while the Gulf of Mexico was destroyed for the next few decades, teenage girls (and some confused grown women) became obsessed with vampires, Chispa turned 30.