Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016. It was a full day of presentation of the XBoom product to Prince Albert Grand Council. They were gracious and engaging. It was a dialogue that emphasized the real and present problematic effects of the oil spill, and the pragmatic solution that was evident in our presentation. (*this day was reminiscent of Stephen's impromptu presentation in Dos Bocas, Mexico in July 2015 where he demonstrated the XBoom, getting a "standing ovation" by the 20 or so attendees at that lunch - I'll upload an amateur video of that event in the next few days, along with a Mexico update)
This award winning floating fence containment system was truly a hit in that day of presentation. Now, it was our goal to get it into the river to work.
Please take a few moments to review the XBoom product. See: www.xboom.co
At the end of the day, we were invited to present the XBoom to the 3 Husky representatives attending the communications meeting with the First Nations group, impromptu in the parking lot outside the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) offices, with the trailer open and a prescribed 10 minute time frame to present. The Husky reps had finished a meeting at the offices of the FSIN. www.fsin.com An update for those affected was released the previous day on http://www.fsin.com/husky-oil-spill/1118-husky-update-august-1st.html
Enthusiasm for the opportunity to be involved in a pragmatic containment solution was high. Our thanks and expression of gratitude went out to the Grand Chief of PAGC. His invitation was gracious and appreciated.
That concluded Tuesday, Aug. 2nd.
Over n out until next blog.