Photos up, text up.https://picasaweb.google.com/110054276296809616662/KTAI2012#
Do not expect the next great sport kite to save the world.
Do not expect too much made in the USA.
A very cloistered feel to the event.
Miguel Rodriguez was not allowed into the event as he did not have
a booth or own a retail store.
I barely made it in and had rules to follow.
The booth people themselves were very congenial and welcomed the
chance to have their wares photographed.
Prism's 2 new kites will sell very well, although the only sport kite by
Prism to be seen was on the back of Mark's T-shirt.
Booth people outnumbered the store owners, although I was only there
for a few hours on the first day.
There were several kites I liked, including ITW Paul De Bakker's new ones.
More info to follow.
I'm off to the Friday Night Fly, but wanted to get the pics up for everyone.
I'll probably be doing more adding, deleting, touch up and text over the
next several days.
And, sadly, I am probably the only look into the event we should all want
to know about. The lack of promotion for KTAI is amazing.