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ARIN XVIII: Act Now and Save Money!

Posted: Tue, 19 Sep 2006

Register today to take advantage of the early registration fee of $100 before the increase to $150 on 26 September 2006. Meeting registration and additional ARIN XVIII information can be found at http://www.arin.net/ARIN-XVIII/.

The meeting will take place at  the Adam's Mark St. Louis Hotel, where ARIN XVIII attendees are eligible for a special room rate of $109 (USD) if reservations are made before 22 September 2006. Additional hotel and travel information is available through the URL above.

ARIN looks forward to your participation at the ARIN XVIII Public Policy  and Members Meeting, taking place 11-13 October 2006, in St. Louis, Missouri. In  addition to ARIN policy proposals discussions, the meeting will also feature an  informative workshop on Sunday, 8 October titled "Networking with IPv6," that will provide technical, hands-on guidance in using IPv6 with  routers.

Several other special events  will be open to all attendees:

Tuesday, 10 October 2006

"PKI: An Operational Perspective" tutorial will begin at 5:00 PM,

Open Policy Hour will begin at 6:00 PM

Wednesday, 11 October 2006

"First Timers" Lunch, where those new to the ARIN  community can  meet and talk with  members of ARIN's Board, Advisory Council, and staff.

ARIN XVIII Social Event "Explore the Unexpected" at the St. Louis City Museum

If you are interested in any of  these activities, simply make your selections on your registration form. If you have already registered, but would like to modify your choice of events to attend, simply click on the "Update Existing Registration" link available through the URL above to access your registration information.

As always, please contact ARIN Member Services at info@arin.net with any questions regarding this meeting. We look forward to seeing you in St. Louis!

Regards,

Member Services Department
American Registry for Internet Numbers

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