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I like the format Sam, its informal so allows people to relax,
both the audience and the presenter.
If there is anything the audience think has been missed, they
just need to ask.
On 12/08/2020 14:19, Sam Hoskins wrote:
FYI - Paul Fisher put together a list of topics for
the Q-Tour hosts to cover. Things like purchase date, time to
build, how much flying time, etc. It's provided to the hosts
before their tour.
On Tue, Aug 11, 2020 at 12:23
PM Rik <Info@...
You/someone can come up with a standardized list of questions
that each owner can go over and answer initially about their
particular aircraft. Cover all the topic's that everyone
generally ask or generally feel's are important. (Often I see
the owner start to speak about a certain thing and then a
question gets presented and the owner never returns to the
original point he/she was making) This could lead to a more
complete organized presentation.
Then, they can film (cell phone is fine and everyone seems to
have one) the walk/talk around while addressing their interest
as well as the standardized list of questions/topics.
Once they finish this, the cell phone video can be uploaded
and then as you mentioned a ZOOM meeting for everyone to get