ARIN XXIV Hotel and Registration Fee Reminder
Posted: Wed, 16 September 2009
We are looking forward to the ARIN XXIV Public Policy and Members Meeting, and we hope you are too. Come be a part of the community in action from 21-23 October 2009, in Dearborn, Michigan - don’t let your voice go unheard! Members attend for free (two attendees per organization). All other interested parties should register today to take advantage of the early registration fee of $100. It increases to $150 on 7 October.
The meeting will take place at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn. ARIN XXIV attendees are eligible for a special room rate of $159 (USD) for reservations made before 30 September, based on availability.
In addition to the Public Policy and Members Meeting, there will be a number of informative events, including an IPv6 session for both NANOG and ARIN attendees, an introduction to the ARIN Policy Development Process, and the Open Policy Hour.
First Time attendees can take advantage of our First Timers’ Luncheon. Meet representatives from the Board of Directors, Advisory Council, and management team for an informal chat on Tuesday afternoon. The luncheon includes short presentations, table discussion, and a chance to learn more about taking an active role in ARIN. If this will be your first ARIN meeting, select this event when completing the registration form.
Can’t make it to the meeting? Register as a remote participant so that you can submit questions and comments and raise your hand during consensus polling. ARIN will also provide a webcast and live transcript of the entire Public Policy and Members Meeting including the Open Policy Hour held Tuesday evening.
Hotel and travel information, meeting registration, and an agenda overview are available through https://www.arin.net/participate/meetings/ARIN-XXIV/. Information about remote participation is also available through this link above.
A more detailed agenda will be posted soon.
As always, please contact ARIN Member Services at email@example.com with any questions. We look forward to seeing you in Dearborn!
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