Call for presentations for the 2010 IPI conference

The 2009 IPI Conference & Expo in Denver was an extremely successful one, and it was due to the participation of the more than 2,000 parking and transportation professionals like you.
However, as with anything, we must constantly look forward and find ways to improve. We have listened to what you said and we have many exciting changes in place for next year. For example, we are adding the possibility to earn CEUs from allied associations, and we are reducing the number of concurrent education sessions. The 2010 IPI Conference & Expo will take place May 10-13, 2010, in Las Vegas, at the Mandalay Bay. This #1 Event in the Parking Industry will be bigger, better and even more successful but we need you!

The International Parking Institute is currently accepting presentation proposals for the 2010 IPI Conference & Expo. Experienced and articulate individuals willing to share their expertise and real world practices are invited to submit presentation proposals. Presentations that illustrate case studies, illuminate important issues, bring how to knowledge, and increase the professional levels of those attending the conference are particularly valued.

Proposal presentations are due October 1, 2009 and selected presenters at the IPI Conference & Expo are entitled to a 25% discount off full conference or daily registrations. For more information on the IPI Call for Presentations, and to submit your presentation proposal, go to https://www.goeshow.com/parking/2010/
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