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Our VP of Product Management, Greg Kras, took off with his wife and two other Sunbelt employees for a long-planned vacation: A cruise to Cozumel.

They left Thursday. 

Cozumel?  Yup. Where the eye of Wilma was hanging out a few days ago.

They ended up on an “extended cruise to nowhere”.

We got this email from him this morning:

Well, if you hadn’t noticed, I’m not in the office today.   I’m currently somewhere in the Gulf of Mexico floating around in a brightly colored tin can.    Yesterday we hauled ass to make it to the Port of Tampa but when we were about an hour away the Coast Guard shut down the port due to tornado watches that had just gone into effect.

So, it looks like we will get in tomorrow but who knows at this point.  I tried to read my email earlier but it’s frustrating to say the least over this connectivity.   It looks like nothing is on fire so that’s a good thing.  I’ll check in later, make the subject line interesting or I’ll miss it.

Captain Kras 

Alex Eckelberry


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