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AESP 2019 Checklist

7 things to see and do for the national meeting in San Antonio this January 21-24th!

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Attending the nations largest energy conference this January? Excited for tex-mex, warm weather, and demand-side management? Making the most of energy conferences means coming in with a game plan. Luckily, the travel pros at Agentis are here to help. With a million things to do and only three days to do it, we decided to create your ULTIMATE checklist for AESP 2019 in sunny San Antonio. Check out these seven things to check off your list at AESP 2019.

 

 

Number 1 - Bakery Lorraine

 

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Embrace your sweet tooth with a quick trip to the famous Bakery Lorraine. Just seven minutes from the hotel venue on Bowie street. Try the Parisian Macarons ($9 for a dozen). Calories don't count when you're at a work event.

Visit their website - bakerylorraine.com

 

Number 2 - The Esquire Tavern

 

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"I still dream about those fried pickles" ~Agentis Product Manager Christine Del Priore. Seriously, they're that good. If you're looking for a spot to unwind after some intense energy learning sessions, stop by 155 east commerce street, just half a mile from the conference venue.

Visit their website - esquiretavern.com 

 

Number 3 - The AESP Cupcake Dash

 

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Join Agentis Wednesday at 12:30 in the main ballroom of the conference hotel for the annual Cupcake Dash! Fill up on fantastic cupcakes and take the chance to network with 700 other energy experts. Don't forget to learn more about the Agentis Customer Engagement Platform while you're at it!

Schedule a Demo! - Agentis Customer Engagement Platform

 

Number 4 - The Alamo!

 

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You knew it was coming, and here it is. The Alamo really is pretty neat. After all, what good is attending a conference in a new city if you don't get at least SOME culture. It can't be all pastries and booze.

Visit their website - don'tforget.com

 

Number 5 - San Antonio Botanical Gardens

 

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Outdoor activities in late January?! Recently listed on the 50 States Series: Top Spring Gardens and Conservation Areas Worth Traveling For by Tripadvisor. With 38 acres to explore, the San Antonio Botanical Garden has many seasonal events, exhibits, classes and camps. The Garden is open every day of the year except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.

Visit their website - SABOT

 

Number 6 - Down on Grayson

 

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Down on Grayson is a casual, modern-American restaurant serving a mixture of classic and contemporary dishes in a fresh and fun atmosphere. Nestled in Tobin Hill on the outskirts of the acclaimed Pearl Brewery area, Down on Grayson offers an approachable menu with something for everyone. The bar serves delicious, fresh cocktails and the wine list is packed with favorites offered both by the glass and the bottle.

Visit their website - Down on Grayson

 

Number 7 - Stop By Booth 309!

 

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What AESP envent would be complete without a visit with your friendly Agentis team. Learn why utilities choose Agentis to change the way they mange business customer engagement and see a demo of the industry leading software for energy efficiency, customer satisfaction, and new revenue generation.

See You There!

 

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