My Dead Story
“I’ve been on the bus since I was 10 years old (I won’t say the year so I don’t date myself!). As I grew up I played a lot of sports, and was often the younger tag-along to the cool Disco high schoolers who all listened to the Dead. I just loved Go to Heaven and Alabama Getaway – it was the greatest stuff I had ever heard. My first concert was in 1985 at Nassau Colosseum and I had no idea what I was in for. At first glance I was terrified of all these bandana-wearing hippies, but by the second set I just knew I was HOOKED. I had found my people.
Fast forward to professional life and the constant networking that comes with it. I happened to run into member Scott Miller at the gym of all places, and in true networking fashion I invited him for coffee. It must have been an hour into the conversation before he dropped in, “By the way, do you happen to like the Grateful Dead? I got to introduce you to someone named Deb…” And the rest is history. I couldn’t be more thrilled to have found my way into Wall Street Dead aHead to keep this family alive and thriving alongside my business endeavors. I hope that being a WSDA sponsor allows me to pay some of the love forward and brings the good vibes to the next level.
Keep on Truckin’, family.
— Eric Meisner
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