A little morning Hobnobbing …
Early mornings are the best time to go to annual Hobnob event sponsored by the Mississippi Economic Council.
I spent about an hour and a half there this morning before the masses descended on the grounds around the Mississippi Agricultural Museum.
In general, Hobnob is one of my favorite events of the year because it is such a great opportunity to visit with business leaders around the state in an informal, laid back setting. The weather, while sometimes windy, is usually perfect and the program is captivating.
Blake Wilson and his crew do a great job and should be commended for the work they do to pull this off. I recently had lunch with Blake and asked him about preparation for the event, expecting moans and sighs about how hard it is.
Instead, he lauded his colleagues with lots of praise, saying Sandy Maxwell, Scott Waller, Ron Hicks and the rest of the staff have the prep work down to a science. He did admit the hard work that goes into putting Hobnob together, but he feels their formula for success is working and the process in place works.
I couldn’t agree more.