Blaine Athorn, Beaches and Coral Reefs: Memories of the First Global Information Network Family Reunion

Atlantis Hotel
The first GIN Family Reunion was magical. It was a networking, giving, and mutual learning experience that the members who attended will never forget.

It set the stage for this event to become a staple in profound GIN experiences, something that every member should strive to attend as often as possible.

Th gathering took place from October 29 – 31, 2010 at the Bahamas Atlantis Hotel Nassau, Bahamas. A variety of big-name presenters graced the stages and conference rooms. The master of ceremonies was Blaine Athorn.

Blaine Athorn
Blaine is a Memory Power expert trainer and has consulted for fortune 500 companies including Xerox, Texas Instruments, Aetna Insurance and The Hartford Insurance Company just to name a few. Tens of thousands of people throughout the world have participated in Blaine’s live training programs.

Hilly Nassau is the capital and largest city of the Bahamas. It lies on the island of New Providence, with neighboring Paradise Island accessible via Nassau Harbor bridges. Can you imagine the beautiful state of mind that this environment created for the talks, workshops, fun and other activities?

A popular cruise-ship stop, the location is known for its beaches and coral reefs, destinations for diving and snorkeling. It retains many of its characteristic pastel-colored British colonial buildings. Nassau exhudes Bahamian and British flavor. It is the capital city of the Bahamas and boasts miles of spectacular beaches. Long stretches of vivid coral reefs are perfect for snorkeling. There are festivals and parades with  high-energy, spectacularly costumed dancers.

GIN members basked on the gorgeous powdery white beaches and swam in pristine turquoise waters, They shopped at luxury boutiques and local markets, enjoyed some of the freshest seafood right out of the ocean and were able to try their luck at the largest casino in the Caribbean.

GIN's first Family Reunion was a new adventure each day. And every night was spent in Paradise.