Sunday, August 09, 2009

Enter to Win a Free Pass to SMB Nation

Harry Brelsford will be the next guest on the SMB Conference Call.

And on that call, he's giving away a Free Pass to SMB Nation. Must register and attend to win. Obviously, the webinar software knows who attended.

Harry is the CEO of SMB Nation ( from Bainbridge Island, WA.

He is a long-time SMB channel partner who has served customers and mentored other partners (SMB Nation has over 35,000 tribal members who are SMB technology consultants).

He oversees the popular SMB Nation worldwide events including Webinar, workshops and multi-day conferences. He holds an MBA (and numerous certifications such as MCSE, MCT, CNE, et al) and is the author of 17 books.

He is also the publisher of SMB Partner Community magazine. His 20-years of SMB technology experience were supplemented by teaching 12+ years at night as an adjunct professor at Seattle Pacific University and other higher-learning institutions.

Harry is a frequent speaker at industry events. Harry’s recent books include the Microsoft Response Point Primer and Microsoft Small Business Server 2008 Blueprint. He is currently exploring the SMB VoIP space.

SMB Nation is a publishing and events company, targeted at the SMB technology community. SMB Nation spreads the knowledge of SMB technology trends through its books, magazine, online services, conferences and world-wide seminars and workshops.

As an active participant in the technology community, SMB Nation has a long history of channel partner and consultant advocacy and evangelism.

Bonus for Listeners:
Harry will draw one admission pass to the SMB Nation Fall Conference from among those who attend this conference call.
Register Today for your chance.

Join us August 19th at 9:00 AM Pacific / 12 Noon Eastern
Register Now!


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Find out more on the SMB Conference Call page.

Tell all your friends and colleagues!

Wed. August 19th
9:00 AM Pacific / 12 N Eastern

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