Best of World of Concrete 2013

We kept our photographer Sean D. Daily busy at the World of Concrete 2013 conference last week. Here’s some of his favorite photos, from just before the convention to the very last day.

Remember to see the rest of the photos that we took at World of Concrete 2013 last Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Day Before World of Concrete 2013, Monday, Feb. 4

Gionni Mione of Desert Diamond Industries Setting Up Tuck Pointers at World of Concrete 2013Desert Diamond Industries president Gionni Mione got his hands dirty setting up our booth at World of Concrete 2013. Here he’s seen arranging a display of tuck pointing blades.

Glen Hellebrand with Abrasive Sign during Setup at World of Concrete 2013Salesman Glen Hellebrand also helped set up our World of Concrete 2013 booth. That red banner, about the dangers of abrasive blades, was the most gruesome one to hang in our booth.

Gionni Mione of Desert Diamond Industries smiling during Setup at World of Concrete 2013We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Nothing you can do in situations like this but smile, smile, smile.

First Day of World of Concrete 2013, Tuesday, Feb. 5

Gionni Mione of Desert Diamond Industries Taking Order at World of ConcreteThe World of Concrete 2013 conference got off to a busy start. Here, Gionni Mione takes an order from a customer.

Glen Hellebrand of Desert Diamond Industries with Customer at World of ConcreteIt wasn’t all business at World of Concrete 2013. Actually, it was all business, but that didn’t mean it had to be unpleasant, too. A customer managed to get Glen Hellebrand to smile here.

Glen Hellebrand of Desert Diamond Industries with Man in Straw Hat and Beard at World of ConcreteConventions like World of Concrete 2013 are great places to people-watch as well as do business. This gentleman was one of the more distinctive people to visit our booth.

Gionni Mione of Desert Diamond Industries Getting Off His Feet at World of ConcreteGionni Mione takes advantage of a break in the action at World of Concrete 2013, while salesman Jeff Compton (top, in the blue shirt) carries on.

Second Day of World of Concrete 2013, Wednesday, Feb. 6

Crowded Desert Diamond Industries Booth at World of Concrete 2013The second day of World of Concrete 2013 proved to be just as busy as the first. Incidentally, you can see a banner for the Ductile Iron Safety Blade in the center of this photo.

Jeremie McNeal of Desert Diamond Industries with Customer at World of Concrete 2013Things got so hectic in our booth that even our IT guy Jeremie McNeal (left) had to lend a hand with the selling.

Jeff Compton of Desert Diamond Industries Selling Blade to Customer at World of Concrete 2013Jeff Compton (right) telling a customer about a diamond blade’s benefits at World of Concrete 2013.

Glen Hellebrand of Desert Diamond Industries with Customer at World of Concrete 2013Like we said, the World of Concrete 2013 conference was pretty enjoyable.

Third Day of World of Concrete 2013, Thursday, Feb. 7

Gionni Mione of Desert Diamond Industries Hawking at World of Concrete 2013Gionni Mione hawking Desert Diamond Industries’ products at World of Concrete 2013. Sometimes the old ways are the best.

Glen Hellebrand of Desert Diamond Industries at World of Concrete 2013Glen Hellebrand listening to a customer’s concerns at World of Concrete 2013.

Gionni Mione of Desert Diamond Industries Attracting Crowd at World of Concrete 2013Gionni Mione attracting a crowd around Desert Diamond Industries’ booth.

Last Day of World of Concrete 2013, Friday, Feb. 8

Crowd around Desert Diamond Industries' Booth at World of ConcreteWorld of Concrete 2013 wrapped up early on Friday. Attendance was light. Even so, Desert Diamond Industries managed to pack its booth more than once.

Mike Harris of Desert Diamond Industries Talking to Customers at World of Concrete 2013The last day of the conference was laidback and low-key. Salesman Mike Harris, center, drew a smile out of this customer.

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