The 24th @7pm would work great. Couple of notes about Adobe:
Adobe's Utah office is in Lehi, just 25 minutes south of Salt Lake City. It is home to more than 900 employees who work at a newly built state-of-the-art campus and building with panoramic views, a full gym, and an NBA size basketball court, providing a unique work/life balance combining a spirit of innovation and abundant recreational opportunities. The team in Utah is focused on engineering, product development, sales, marketing, and operations for the industry-leading Adobe® Marketing Cloud.
Adobe Systems Incorporated
3900 Adobe Way
Lehi, UT 84043
Quick directions: Get off I-15 at exit 284 (Timpanogos Highway) and head East. Turn North on to Digital Drive (first left, used to be the frontage road). The Adobe campus and visitor parking will be one of the first rights. Follow the signs.
Come in to the main entrance. The security desk is to the left. Let them know you're here for "Ryan Simpkins" (everything is tied to my name in the visitor system). You'll need to wear a temporary badge and sign an NDA that protects Adobe confidential info.
The time scheduling may be a bit tight, so I'll start the walk-through with whoever is there right at 7pm, then pick up anyone who has arrived late when we are done. We will be meeting in the Adobe cafe in the corner conference room. You would be welcome to bring a sandwich or something if you wish, unless someone wants to bring a couple pizzas. Drinks will be provided. Microwaves are also available. We do need to KP ourselves, but I'm sure we can handle that.
In order to RSVP, I'll need your full name. Your name goes in to a digital visitor system with corporate security and needs to match a photo ID - which you will also need to bring. I may not be able to get you in otherwise. If you haven't picked up on it, security is no-nonsense. I wouldn't hide any radios, but I wouldn't show them off either - if that makes sense. Once you get "cleared" in things are usually pretty laid back. It's just getting in that is tighter than most corporate offices around here.
I will set up a public teleconference for the meeting. If you aren't sure you can make the physical meeting the conference might be a good option. To get the most out of the teleconference be sure you have the latest Adobe Flash player installed.
Wouldn't it be super cool if we could some how broadcast our meetings one of these days? One of you ultra-brilliant Ham types could probably figure it out I bet.