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MooneyMax & Right Seat Ready! Longview TX 10/10-10/14

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All Mooney People! Mark your calendars!
MooneyMax Conference and Clinics
When: October 10 - 14. 2018
Where: Longview, Texas (KGGG)
New Hilton Garden Inn and Event Center,
905 East Hawkins Parkway,
Longview, TX 75605
Events:
MooneyMax Maintenance Seminar Don & Paul Maxwell and our staff


Right Seat Ready with Jan Maxwell & Jolie Lucas


Mooney Caravan Formation Clinic
A fresh new list of seminar Speakers & Vendors
Tour of Mid America Aviation Museum tour
Saturday Night Banquet at The Lake Cherokee Country Club
Banquet Speakers The REAL Space Cowboys that are Mooney owners

Web Site and online registration should be open this weekend.

I wanted to call it the Mooney Roundup but SHE [Jan] said "No!"

My contact is
dmaxwell@donmaxwell.com
Ph. 903-643-9902
Please call with any questions.
Thank you,
Don Maxwell

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2 minutes ago, neilpilot said:

Duplicate post - Dmax posted this 4 hours ago 

Yup, but I wanted Right Seat Ready! posted in the title. Thanks

 

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3 hours ago, Junkman said:

Any chance of Right Seat Ready at the Mooney Summit?

Cheers,

Rick

Unfortunately not. We are working on an East Coast offering though. 

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4 hours ago, mooneygirl said:

Unfortunately not. We are working on an East Coast offering though. 

May I ask why? 

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May I ask why? 

I understand they haven’t perfected cloning yet, so it’s a bit difficult being in two places at the same time.

Even so, I’m not sure the world is quite braced for the combined energy output that multiple copies of the dynamic Jolie and Jan duo would produce.

I’m with Jolie. Let’s spread the love (and the travel expenses) and recruit some additional presenters.

I haven’t had my coffee yet, so YMMV.

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1 hour ago, autopatch said:


I understand they haven’t perfected cloning yet, so it’s a bit difficult being in two places at the same time.

Even so, I’m not sure the world is quite braced for the combined energy output that multiple copies of the dynamic Jolie and Jan duo would produce.

I’m with Jolie. Let’s spread the love (and the travel expenses) and recruit some additional presenters.

I haven’t had my coffee yet, so YMMV.

Do they have another “right seat ready” going on during the timeframe of the Summitt? 

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David, we have invited Jan and Jolie to present, but their business model dictates a fee and the Mooney Summit is not geared to be charging our attendees for presentations or to be paying our Subject matter experts. These wonderful people do this for the Mooney Summit out of the kindness of their hearts to better the breed of Mooney pilots.  No one involved with the Mooney Summit, Inc. is compensated in any way. Donations go to  producing the event, and to fund the Bill Gilliland foundation to help downed Mooney pilot's families at the time of their greatest need. 3 years ago, we helped Jan and Jolie kick off the Right seat ready program at the Mooney Summit III, where they, like all of our Subject matter experts past and future, were compensated only with lodging and meals. They did a fantastic job, but have come to realize they must receive compensation to continue doing this. Its a great program well worth the entry fee.

 

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3 hours ago, Sabremech said:

May I ask why? 

The Mooney Summit is something that we have participated in for three years.  It is a wonderful venue and such a value to our community. However, all the speakers do so at their own expense.  Donating a one hour seminar is very different than donating an entire day of teaching plus airfare from CA and TX.  The structure of the Summit does not allow for us to be paid for our services.  Again, I adore the Summit and am so happy to have participated.  But RSR is a nationally known seminar, that toured the country with AOPA last year.  We just cannot donate that level of services to an organization.  Hope this makes sense.

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3 hours ago, neilpilot said:

Jolie and Jan presented their RSR program at Mooney Summit 3 in October 2015.

They did a wonderful job the year they presented, as did CarolAnn Garratt at the Mooney Summit II with her companion course and Ron Jarmon at Mooney Summit IV with his pinch hitter course. Last year and this, we do not have a spousal course on the program, but if enough noise is made, I imagine Seth and Lee will include one in the Mooney Summit VII's agenda

 

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5 hours ago, mooneygirl said:

The Mooney Summit is something that we have participated in for three years.  It is a wonderful venue and such a value to our community. However, all the speakers do so at their own expense.  Donating a one hour seminar is very different than donating an entire day of teaching plus airfare from CA and TX.  The structure of the Summit does not allow for us to be paid for our services.  Again, I adore the Summit and am so happy to have participated.  But RSR is a nationally known seminar, that toured the country with AOPA last year.  We just cannot donate that level of services to an organization.  Hope this makes sense.

It makes perfect sense, Jolie ... but I sure wish it didn’t.

I can’t thank you enough and tell you how much attending “Right Seat Ready” at the Summit helped my spouse, Tamara. 

I am not familiar with the structuring or finances of the Mooney Summit ... and I in no way wish to undermine the leadership or policies of the Summit or take advantage of your previous genereousity... but I wonder if a commitment in individual “donations” directly for your time and expenses ... months prior to the Summit ... would be able to secure a commitment from RSR to once again participate in the Summit? 

 

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Plus ... the culture in the “redneck riviera” is so much more refined than that of SoCal ... you wouldn’t want to miss such a great opportunity!

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I am marking my calander.  My hangar backs up to the Mid America flight museum, so I expect to have an open hangar for everyone to visit while at the museum.  My wife will be excited about the right seat ready program.

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On 6/14/2018 at 3:50 PM, David Herman said:

Plus ... the culture in the “redneck riviera” is so much more refined than that of SoCal ... you wouldn’t want to miss such a great opportunity!

The Riviera has sure come a long way since my first visit in the late 80s . . . You could almost say that it has grown up! It ain't near as "redneck" as it used to be.

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What Hank!  You mean to say that LESS redneck is a good thing?

Seriously though you should fly down for it.  The Mid America Flight Museum alone is worth the trip.  All his warbirds are airworthy.

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