The sheer number of groups that come to Orlando, Fla., for meetings has made the airport meet and greet difficult: There were too many groups, and too many signs. While some groups had previously been allowed to request LCD monitors flashing a greeting to their attendees, others, including the 100,000-attendee International Builders Show, were not. The Orlando International Airport authorities decided to look for a better airport meet-and-greet mousetrap. According to the Orlando Sentinel, the airport has found a way to deal with it by automatically giving groups of more than 10,000 attendees LCD signs mounted on 8-foot flat-screens atop podiums.