Summer has arrived, which means May grey and June gloom – doesn’t quite paint the Californian dreamin’ picture postcard. If, you’re of a certain age, and remember those old movies that always pictured London covered by a bank of fog, then the California coast is just for you. Luckily, by noon the fog / sea mist has burnt off which leaves us bathed in glorious sunshine for the rest of the day.
The San Juan office is busy on promoting its creative center, and has a handful of clients lined up to use the facility. We are also pushing another one of our assets – training – and are in the process of course expansion and updates – which I am hopeful we can expand on next month – some exciting news in the pipeline.
The Memorial day weekend, a poignant day to remember those men and women who died while serving in the United States armed forces, also brings with it one of the most spectacular of global sporting events – the Indy 500. Having experienced it, twice, I can highly recommend it – although the night before the race is pretty eventful – for those ladies out there I will spare all the details. Race day brings 400,000 fans and 800,000 hot dogs in close proximity – thankfully it is open air. Congratulations to Dario Franchitti, who in a thrilling last corner finish clinched his third victory.