The best part about what I do for a living is getting to meet and hang out with amazing people. I try and always put together some sort of meet-up in each city I travel, but I’ve been craving something a little larger in scale.

You know, short of buying some land and starting a commune, which Andy absolutely refuses to let me do.

So, how do I get a big group of people together to hang out and have fun outside the stiff and competitive nature of conferences? I’m sure there’s some sort of easy solution to this, but we all know my brain doesn’t work that way. So naturally, I spent the better part of a year inventing the ultimate meet-up experience.

Summer camp.

Everyone remembers summer camp; where memories were made, third bases were stolen, and friendship bracelets were exchanged. Wouldn’t it be great to re-experience all the camp moments you loved as a kid, now that you’re legally allowed to drink and and light things on fire?

Oh wait, you totally can.

Camp Throwback Embers

Camp Throwback is the week away at summer camp you’ve always secretly wanted. But with more booze, sensitive guys around the fire with guitars, team activities, and hangovers. In fact, we have a 4 day schedule of events that will let you relive all the best moments of summer camp, with even more hilarity (Talent Night and Drunk Field Day), downright debauchery (are Panty Raids still a thing?), hot counselors, and even a few extra special guests thrown in!

All this and more in the gorgeous scenic setting of Southwestern Ohio’s Camp Graham.

CTB Collage

So get your mix tapes, knee socks and favorite beer ready, I can’t wait to see you in the woods. I call top bunk!

Camp Throwback

Camp Throwback May 29th- June 1st, 2014

This is a co-ed, 21 and over event.

Tickets go on sale October 22nd, and are only limited to 100, so you must act fast!


Until then, I am sure you have tons of questions, so in anticipation of that, I put together a post of Potentially Frequently Asked Questions, or PFAQ’s, click here to check them out!

Need help setting the mood? I recommend Indian Summer, Meatballs, Wet Hot American Summer, The Parent Trap (Not the Lohan one), and if you’re feeling especially 80’s about the whole thing, Ernest Goes to Camp.


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