Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Hergert Numbers & The Dukes of Hazzard!

A couple weeks ago when I was in Nashville, I had the opportunity to visit Cooter's Place. It's a Dukes of Hazzard museum owned by Ben Jones who played Cooter on the legendary show. Not only did I get to pose with cardboard cutouts of the Duke boys, but I was in the presence of The General Lee itself. OK, it was really just one of the many General Lee's that were used for the show. Still, it was pretty cool. For $5, I could've sat in the car for my picture, but then you wouldn't see my shirt as easily.

They had a massive collection of Dukes memorabilia on display. Everything from Daisy Duke's famous short shorts to Dukes of Hazzard calculators! A classic place to "spread the word" in the heart of the south.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Hergert Numbers Hit The Grand Ole Opry!

With the 2014 AMATYC Conference being held at the Opryland Resort in Nashville, TN, it was the perfect opportunity to take the Hergert Numbers movement to the heart of country-western music - The Grand Ole Opry. To be precise, these photos are in front of The Grand Ole Opry House where The Grand Ole Opry show is held weekly. Either way, this giant guitar brought about an irresistible photo opportunity.

The conference also gave me several chances to tell the story of Hergert Numbers and gain a few new converts to the terminology. Thanks to all who politely listened while I explained what in the world my t-shirt meant! See you next year at AMATYC 2015 in New Orleans!!