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jgarriss
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Registration for the Spring Summit is now open.  We are excited that Infopia has chosen to co-host the event with us.  Also, as our businesses have evolved, we are now calling our event the eCommerce Summit, since many of us are truly multi-channel and much of the content at the event will be focused on help you expand all channels of your business.

We chose New Orleans for a number of reasons:

1. The city has been rebuilt and is more beautiful than ever; the local business economy absolutely needs conferences like ours.

2. There is a great selection of hotels, restaurants and entertainment with very attractive prices.

3. The weather in the spring is in the low to mid 70s with little rain and humidity.

Also, as part of our commitment to give back to the community, we are organizing a volunteer event the day after our conference.  We have coordinated with Habitat for Humanity for members to help rebuild homes in the New Orleans area.  No prior skill is required. I plan to volunteer and I'll also extend my trip to relax and enjoy the weekend in New Orleans. 

I hope I get to see many of you there too.

Here's the link to register:

https://www.ecmta.org/ecommerce-summit-spring-2008/index.cfm

Sincerely,

Jonathan

 

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