Early Bird Pricing extended to Feb 28

TEC 2010 Early Bird Rates

 

(Payment received by February 28, 2010)

 

TUG Member: $545 Non-Member: $645
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TEC 2010 Hotel Information

TEC 2010 Conference Recommended Hotel

Here is information from the Schulich School of Business Executive Learning Center, at York University, regarding our recommended overnight location.

Special Rate of $135.00 per night (Includes Breakfast)

The Executive Learning Centre Guest Accommodation Features:

  • 60 executive style guest rooms on 12 floors each with a queen size bed
  • Breakfast included and served in the Executive Dining Room
  • Individual climate control in every room with windows that open
  • Use of complimentary plush terry cloth bathrobe
  • CD alarm clock radio
  • Complimentary wired and wireless high speed internet access
  • Complimentary local telephone calls, 2 telephones with voicemail
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Hairdryer
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • In room coffee/tea maker
  • 24″ remote control colour television with “S-Video” input, monitor outputs and side audio/video inputs

To Make a Reservation – Please Contact Us and Quote BB# 286820:

Phone: 416-650-8300

Fax: 416-650-8333

Email: reservations@schulich.yorku.ca

 

Early Pricing info

Pricing

Early Bird pricing is $595. This represents extremely high value and entitles the attendee not just to the sessions at Seneca@York but also the third day IBM-sponsored open labs. Meals and parking are included. We are seeking vendor sponsors to help support extra goodies. For GTA-based attendees, this price represents less than a round trip flight to Orlando, Vegas or Chicago, so we especially appeal to GTA-based businesses to budget this cost as the “MUST DO” technical event for IBM Systems users. If your company has multiple attendees that should come to TUG, but there are pricing issues or interest issues, please email admin@tug.ca to work out a corporate badge. In some cases, if employees have limited time to attend or are interest in only a few sessions, a corporate badge makes it easy for multiple employees to attend partially for a single cost. Also, we have noticed that some companies would like to send multiple employees to better cover the diverse tracks and interests, but cost multiplier inhibits this. Please email mark@tug.ca for corporate volume discount arrangements.

Welcome to TEC 2010!

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