Standing room only -SOLD OUT!!!!
Denver, Colorado: Cole Wyatt Davis Speaks out to the crowd gathered in his hotel parking lot that cannot get tickets to a sold out venue. Cole Wyatt Davis hears people speaking outside his hotel and looks down out his window to see a small group of people gathered looking upset. Sam Raines was in the crowd that day and recalls what he remembers. “We had driven for about 75 miles to get there that day. I know I was supposed to go online and buy a ticket, but I was working out of town all week and didn’t get a chance. They did say it would sell out fast but I had no idea that fast.”
I looked around and talked to some of the people in the crowd that had drove as far as a state away to listen to Mr. Davis speak on business topics. We all had kind of different questions, but it all came down to the same topic, “How to keep our businesses alive in this tough economy”. We were all willing to pay the price to get in and hoping to get some of our business concerns answered, unfortunately when we got to the hall it was sold out. So in the morning we thought we would drive to where Mr. Davis was staying and see if we could catch him before that night’s seminar. We just wanted to ask a few business questions, because we were on the edge of going under and losing it all. I was the first there at the hotel about an hour before everyone started showing up. Then before I new it there was 50 people in the crowd and still growing. Julie Downs said, she drove 635 miles to hear Mr. Davis speak. She recalls being very upset that the show sold out and she came all that way for nothing. So she too came to the hotel looking for Mr. Davis.
Cole heard the voices growing louder and louder and then called down to the front desk to ask what is going on. He was floored to find out that the crowd was here for him. What did they want? He asked the manager of the hotel and the manager replied, “to see you”. They tried to get tickets and the show was sold out. Cole turned to his press agent Susan Hayward and to his manger Jim Stacks and told them he was going down to see what he could do to help. When Cole got there a lot of people did not know him by sight just his name. So there was a gentleman leaning on a truck and Cole asked “is this your pick up truck”? The man replied, “Yes it is why”. Well I am Cole Wyatt Davis and I would like to stand in the back of your truck and speak to the crowd if that is ok with you. The man Bill Anderson of Dallas, Texas replied, “That would be fine”. Cole leaped into the back of the truck and asked everyone to gather around. In just minutes Cole had everyone around that truck with there full attention. Cole first introduced himself to the crowd and apologized that the show was sold out and he could not get more tickets. Cole asked the crowd if it would be ok with them if he stood in the back of this truck and just answered as many questions for one hour as he could for all of them. Bob Watson of Boise, Idaho said he had never seen such a man as Cole to take that time out of his extremely busy schedule to help so many without even being paid for it. He never asked anyone of us for any money, even though I would have gladly paid. The information he talked about was right on and to the point for the questions that were asked of him. What a guy, he owed us nothing and still gave his time. I have never seen such compassion to people than what Cole showed that day. If he were running for President I would vote for him. Cole engaged the crowd’s questions for over an hour and by then Cole was hot and sweating under the blistering sun but he kept it going until he had to go. Cole’s last words to the crowd were “You are in the fight of your lives to survive this ugly economy with no end in sight so don’t give up no matter what.” Gus says he recalls how thankful everyone was and what a major impact Cole made on those people’s lives that day.