For those of you that have been following my blog, you already know that this exercise was intended to give me an outlet to stretch my creative writing juices and offer a look inside of a serial salesman’s mind.

Over the past 40 weeks I have written about everything from morning rituals to current events and how they impact my life.

This past weekend, I was in Las Vegas for the Grand Opening of our flagship Polaroid Fotobar store, and while that in and of itself is pretty exciting, that is not what this blog is about.

Most of us would agree that when anyone mentions Vegas, the thoughts of debauchery and wildness generally come to mind.

Let’s get this party started!

What happens in Vegas, well, you know what I mean.

In addition to the gambling, and outstanding restaurants, there is the endless parade of shows, everything from music, to comedy, to theater, to burlesque.

Whatever you want, it is right at your fingertips.

So, in this sea of craziness, how do you pick what do?

The effect of social media on all of our lives has pushed us all to make every night out, the greatest event ever, and, of course the hunt for pictures that validate it.

(Be sure to get yours printed at the Polaroid store) Just couldn’t help myself.

Anyway, a good friend of ours, knowing that we were going to be in Vegas, offered to hook us up with the producer of the Donnie and Marie show.

My first reaction was, Donnie and Marie?

Come on, how uncool would that be?

I really could not see myself going to that show, nor could I see myself telling or sharing that with anyone.

Well, guess what we did, and boy was I surprised.

The brother-sister duo put on a spectacular show.

Obviously they have been in show business since they were kids, and brought the sold out crowd down memory lane from world tours and tv appearances to visits with just about every well known artist over the last 50 years.

Hard to imagine just how many celebs and dignitaries they have met until you see them like a parade of stars.

WOW!

Then just after the opening act, Donnie did cover songs of those that influenced him and his career, such as, Stevie Wonder, Tom Jones, and Michael Jackson.

Marie’s songs included, country, rock, and opera, which blew everyone away.

The coolest thing of all was the theater, which was as old school as it gets, and has us cabaret style,sitting right up close and personal.

I guess my point here is that no matter what, when you see true professionals at work, only good things can happen.

So, after all that, here I am sharing with all of you on social media.

Pretty cool.

And that’s what Nudelberg says!