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BIG Savings End on Friday
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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.(Feb. 1, 2010) — Register for the 26th National Space Symposium by Feb. 5 to save $425 with the Super Early Bird Discount.
Plus, add registration to the Cyber 1.0 for $100 in extra savings!
Industry/Educator/Nonprofit/Contractor registrants who sign up now will pay only $1,250 to attend 26th National Space Symposium, the premier gathering of the global space community, April 12-15 at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo. Add on the April 12 Cyber 1.0 Conference for a total price only $1,545. That’s a savings of $100 on Cyber 1.0 and $525 on the entire package! Cyber 1.0 by itself is only $395 regardless of when you register, but seating is limited.
The Industry/Educator/Nonprofit/Contractor Symposium rate includes admission to general sessions, exhibits, and receptions. Tickets to the Corporate Partnership Dinner, the General James E. Hill Lifetime Space Achievement Award Luncheon, and the Space Technology Hall of Fame Dinner can be purchased separately.
For full registration details, including special rates for active military and government attendees, go to www.NationalSpaceSymposium.org/register.
The 26th National Space Symposium offers workshops, forums, panels, presentations covering all aspects of space, and the extensive AMERICOM Government Services Exhibit Center. The top allure for attendees, exhibitors, sponsors, and speakers – of which there were nearly 8,000 in 2009 – is as a venue for networking and conducting meaningful business.
The Symposium includes a spectacular opening ceremony; Congressional Luncheon; Corporate Partnership Dinner; and the Space Technology Hall of Fame Dinner, which honors technologies, organizations, and individuals for transforming space technology into commercial products that improve life on Earth. The Symposium also offers programs for targeted educator and student groups. In addition to the mainstream program, the 26th National Space Symposium includes greatly expanded programs for young, up-and-coming “new generation” space professionals.
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