GC biz manager Alan Morrison on glitches

I caught up with the GC business manager the Rev. Alan Morrison, and asked him about problems with keypads and sound system at morning plenary. Here’s what he said:”The keypads was simply the lateness of the night last night. They only had five hours on the charger rack. … They weren’t fully charged. That’s just a matter of the schedule.

Sound system:

“They’ve been working through things this afternoon, and I think we’re going to be good to go.


“It’s the normal kind of set-up to any meeting. You’ve got a few bumps to get over here and there, but people seem very pleased to be here and things are coming together.”

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