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January 5, 2007

something awesome this way comes

if you work in the it field serving small & medium businesses…

memorial day weekend 2007 is one you’ll want to block off on your calendar now!


because jeff’s throwing a shindig in the big easy & you should seriously consider being there!

oh when sbsers...come marchin'  in!

technically speaking…it’s a conference.

but as conferences go…

smb community conferences tend to be as much, if not more, about community than conference…

which is why they normally are much much better than other tech conferences.

well, this is shaping up to really be like no tech conference you’ve prolly ever seen before.

for starters, there’s a caribbean cruise option for those with the inclination to network on the water. fantasy cruise ship!

to be honest, your friendly neighborhood happyfunboy has known about this event for a while now, but had to wait for the official notice to go live on jeff’s website.

well…since it’s live now…

i can finally start spreadin’ the news!

planning is still ongoing, so some details will continue to be updated on the site. the actual registration function will go live a bit later.

but go ahead now & look around the site. check out what’s being planned.

and remember…

where else will you get a chance to confab with folks like, well…these kind of folks!

at the us recepetion at wwpc 2006. from the left...yours truly, vlad mazek, amy luby, mitchel weiss & dave sobel.

and yes, kiddos…that’s your friendly neighborhood happyfunboy in the suit & tie.

also yes…i was mocked mercilessly for wearing it.

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  1. Damn!

    I remembered that you mentioned something like this to me at SMBNation, but I’ve got a baby due that weekend! Never say never, but…unlikely that I can make it.

    comment by Jason Leib — January 5, 2007 @ 5:43 pm

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