I couldn't agree MORE!! This is the exact lesson I learned in the four years I've been at Hall of Horrors which is a Jaycee funded charity haunt. It's set up with all the board member BS and when it comes down to getting the HAUNT done it was best split between two-three people who all brought DIFFERENT things to the table but met on common ground. I had a business chair who took care of the "blah blah blahs" of haunt operation, I was the creative chair who did all things design and construction, and during the months around October we had our actor manager who wrangled volunteers and kept them in line. The three of us all loved what we did while giving our suggestions to the other areas. In the end it was easy to come to agreements because we all had our own area of focus without too much "noise".
Originally Posted by NateTheGreat