Running Entertainment for a Meeting of the Suits What happens when an employee is put in charge of entertainment at a Fortune 500 company's annual sales meeting? Top hats, tails and stumbling execs, all to the tune of "One" from A Chorus Line.
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Running Entertainment for a Meeting of the Suits

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Running Entertainment for a Meeting of the Suits

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Running Entertainment for a Meeting of the Suits

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Commentator Dick George tells the story of the time when he was put in charge of entertainment at a Fortune 500 company's annual sales meeting.

On the to-do list of the executives: dancing. As it turns out, things did not go well.

Dick George is a writer who lives in Baldwin, Md.