SLA 2014 Registrants are VIPs!

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registering early for the SLA 2014 Annual Conference, SLA members have demonstrated commitment to professional growth and to SLA and the information profession as a whole. To show our gratitude for this commitment, we’re rewarding all early-bird registrants (deadline is April 11) by automatically upgrading them to VIP status for the entire conference.
What does that mean for you?

  • A drink coupon for our INFO-EXPO Opening Reception, valued at $10.
  • A free recording of our 2-day 2014 Virtual Conference, coming in September and based on the hottest sessions in Vancouver, valued at $99.
  • And of course, the $170 you saved when you registered before April 11.

And, as a BONUS, if you refer colleagues who sign up for a full conference pass during our early bird registration period, your name will be entered into one of 10 drawings for US$100 American Express Gift Cards. Refer 4 or more friends and we’ll give you a 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab! (Just be sure your friend enters your name under “Referred By” on their registration form).

Please share your excitement about SLA 2014 and encourage others to attend. The three days they spend in Vancouver can revitalize their careers and help raise their profile in their organizations.

Be sure to ask them to enter your name under “Referred By” on their registration form so you get the credit-and a chance win great prizes!

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