On Wednesday October 13th, Joe Webb and Shaun Raines joined forces to hold the Joe and Shaun Karaoke-thon. SEE SOME OF THE GREAT FOOTAGE BELOW in other posts.
Over one hundred conference attendees showed up to the event held at Imperial Palace Casino and Hotel and overwhelming fun was had by all of the cool people in attendance. I know several people were taking video at the event so if you have it, please send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post it on this site, giving you the deserved credit for the clip.
The karaoke event, a mainstay at the Digital Dealer Conferences, grew major publicity leading up to DD9 because of the popular, viral video created by Shaun Raines that can be found here
Check out some of the karaoke videos taken at the Joe and Shaun Karaoke-thon and don’t miss out on attending one of our exclusive, invite-only events.
BREAKING NEWS: The Joe and Shaun Karaoke-thon is confirmed! Joe Webb of DealerKnows Consulting and Shaun Raines of Reach Local are combining Jedi forces to bring together the coolest people in automotive internet for one-night only.
Wednesday October 13th, 9:30pm, at the Karaoke Club in the Imperial Palace Casino & Hotel – Las Vegas.
The Joe and Shaun Karaoke-thon is the underground place to play, sing, and network at the Digital Dealer Conferences. Best of all, we’ll have some really cool prizes to be won at the event. Don’t miss out! You’ve busted your butt all year and this party is to celebrate your accomplishments. To hear more about this legendary karaoke event, visit http://joewebbkaraoke.com/
Tim James, National Sales Director for Homenet, required every member of the Homenet sales team to perform karaoke (for a prize) during the Nashville TN Digital Dealer in Vegas. Joe Webb dragged the team out, along with Tim Jennings of ADP and Jared Hamilton of DrivingSales, to a karaoke bar where fun was had by all. Check out all of the crazy fun here –
Yes, I had never seen this (amazingly funny) Flight of the Conchords’ song at a karaoke bar so I just had to sing it. Sure, only 10 people in the bar so you think it may have been a less-embarrassing one to pull off, but in all actuality, it is much harder when everyone just stares. My first foray at this song – I think I did well. (Performed in front of a couple members of the Homenet team in Des Moines Iowa)