Yes, we are still talking about the BAM Bash.
Not just because it was an epic celebration. But every time we think about it, we have more to say: more people to thank, more insights to share, more excitement as we plan future events.
It was a big celebration after a nonstop content loop since BAM started. And it was fun to meet everybody in person that has been following The Broke Agent and Broke Agent Media. To put faces to all these names that we’ve been communicating with for so long—the relationships are evolving from digital to personal.
Plus, we just got photos back from MoxiWorks, and we have to share them with you. Check out this one of The Broke Agent living his best life:
Whether you were at the BAM Bash or couldn’t make it, you’ll want to scroll through for some serious entertainment.
The BAM Bash was the happy hour party no one wanted to leave. We assumed people would come and go, but in reality, people showed up at the beginning and stayed till the end. We know some people didn’t get in because of this—so next time, we’re going bigger.
One of the main goals at BAM is to create a more fun atmosphere around the real estate industry. We’ll be doing more of these.
And the party itself turned into a content goldmine for everyone there. Including Derrick Gregory, who was in full-on interview mode for one of our funniest videos to date: BAM on the Street.
It wouldn’t be possible without…
The BAM Bash—and Broke Agent Media in general—wouldn’t be possible without some key players.
The support from everyone has been incredible. The fact that the conversations have evolved from ‘Hey, dude, your memes are funny,’ to ‘Your content’s really helping me with my real estate business. We watch the Over Ask podcast, we listen to the Byron Lazine Podcast, we watch The Walk Thru…and your content’s helping with my business and my social media strategy.’ It’s amazing.
BAM contributors, who provide the best content in the industry. Two contributors, in particular, have supported BAM since well before we launched:
The Tom Ferry team and ecosystem, for creating such a strong community and being a driver of all the friendships we’re creating.
And the BAM Community at large—it’s becoming everything we’re striving for.
I have a strong sentiment about the BAM community. It’s awesome how we are building our own community within the Tom Ferry community. And now we’ve all gotten so much closer to each other and really developed friendships. That’s why all these conferences are so valuable—not just from what you learn—but you get almost as much out of the happy hours and networking and referrals as the conference itself.
Ok, the photos you’ve been waiting for. We’re adding just a small sampling of what we got back, so if you want to see more, scroll to the bottom and sign up for access to the full gallery.