Don’t Miss Out on the SLA 2010 Virtual Conference Component

Sign up while there is still time for the SLA 2010 Virtual Conference Component

Register for the SLA 2010 Virtual Conference & INFO-EXPO and you can view and participate in the conference’s two general sessions, where you will hear from political pundits James Carville and Mary Matalin and controversial author Nicholas Carr.  You will also have access ten exciting Spotlight Sessions on an array of subjects, from emerging technologies, contract management, and social networking to “The Science of Hot Sauce.”  Registration is only $200, but you can save $50 by using the secret promotional code SLA10V. 

And there’s more!  You can participate live or access recorded sessions for 30 days.  That makes Virtual Conference Component registration attractive not only to those who can’t join us in New Orleans, but also those who will be there and can’t be everywhere at once! 

Because of the considerable expense involved, SLA reserves the right to cancel this offering, and refund registration fees to those who have already signed up, if registrations are inadequate.  So sign up today and join SLA in forging ahead with this exciting new way to enrich our trendsetting conference for everyone.

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One response to “Don’t Miss Out on the SLA 2010 Virtual Conference Component”

  1. Maura Kennedy says:

    Wow! I just heard that SLA’s Southern California Chapter is giving away eight free registrations to the Virtual Conference Component to its members. The lucky winners are required to blog about it. Great idea!

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