Friday, March 11, 2011

Thank You for the Roadshow

We have finished the last scheduled city for the 2010-2011 Intel Hybrid Cloud Roadshow.

I just want to take a minute and thank Intel for the opportunity to educate the channel, and for the huge financial commitment they made to his eleven cities AND give away over $45,000 in prizes. With airfare, hotel rooms, food, etc. there are huge expenses in a roadshow like this.

And, as some of you know, we added some cities by popular demand. So Intel expanded their commitment to the community in the middle of the Roadshow.

A big thanks goes out to Autotask for co-sponsoring some of these events and providing even more prize give-aways.

I also thank all the local user group leaders who helped organize a LOT of amazing details for us. In more than one city we had multiple groups joining together to make a great event. And, of course, I thank the 600+ I.T. Professionals who attended these events and the 500+ who actually signed up to sell this new service offering.

For any of you who worked with my staff, you know I also have to thank Lana, Monica, and Jerry for being my constant "ground" support as I ran around from city to city.

And, finally, I thank the great people we worked with at Intel over the last five month. It truly is great to work with a dedicated team that does whatever it takes to create success. These folks include Josh, Chris, Jason, Monica, Jamyn, Micah, Susan, and Bridget.

All in all: a very good roadshow. I can't wait to see what's next.

Note: If you work with a local group of I.T. professionals and you would like to have your group considered for future stops on any events we produce, please contact me or [email protected].

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