Thursday, November 12, 2015

The label.

Tonight our instructor was back in class, returned from his jaunt to New York and Spain (Rioja).  A review of last week's 'Shark Tank' was first on the agenda.
Apparently, our instructor has it on good authority that the Sharks were simply "blown away" with all four student-presentations last week.  How special. On a more personal note though, the powers that be at the college are seriously interested in trademarking my group's redesign of the college's wine label.  From the comments my group received during both presentations of our business plan, I could tell that the new concept-label we came up with was a real contender for being considered as the new brand for Napa Valley College.  Fame at last. Yea, right.

8 comments:

Dennis Tsiorbas said...

Why am I not surprised!
Don't forget us hoi polloi when your famous!

Thomas said...

Had you signed a waiver???

Vinogirl said...

NHW: It was a team effort, remember. (Well, two of us).

Tomasso: No. Nor do I see any obvious 'small print' on the class syllabus :)

Thud said...

all must have prizes? who did the real work?

Thomas said...

VG: No waiver! Let them have it; then, sue them after they use it...it's the American way.

Vinogirl said...

Thud: It was a group effort, as far as instructor is concerned (so, me and the other girl must give the two fellows credit).

Tomasso: Early days yet, so I am assuming there will be some conversation about ownership of the label concept.

Thud said...

Thomas, we are English so a tad slow in that department, will do better!

Thomas said...

Thud, as we used to say in Brooklyn: live an' loin.